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Since they don’t have finger compartments, mittens allow your fingers to share body heat with each other.
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Meanwhile, Finer and the other half of the team worked on the tail section, trying to break into the engine compartment.
The compartment of concerns has been stuffed with some nasty new packages, many of which have given me pause — before and during and after the games.
In contrast, in the fungal species Neurospora, the hyphae are divided into compartments, with pores that regulate the flow of water and nutrients.
Close up every compartment of significant transmission for a period of time.
The brain is wrapped in three layers of insulation, called the meninges, and in between the two inner ones is a tiny, microscopic compartment called the Virchow-Robin space.
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I had the idea to give them, for this coming Christmas, a nice trash can with separate compartments for trash and recycling, along with a supply of the required clear bags, so all they have to do is set the bag out on the curb.
Takemura also knew that poxviruses create and replicate inside compartments within the cells they infect.
Along the way, players put stickers on the board, destroyed cards, and opened sealed compartments to reveal hidden components, permanently changing the game in response to their own actions.
Because it evolves so rapidly, the heterochromatin compartments in different species all perform more or less the same essential functions, but their underlying DNA sequences are totally different.

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