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Just this year, researchers from Japan announced that after more than a decade of trying, they had finally isolated and cultured Lokiarchaeota — archaea of the type believed to have been part of the original eukaryotic partnership.

That, it seems to me, is the attitude of the human mind, even the greatest and most cultured, toward God.

Davis learned the microbes were being entombed in the salt crystals—and could be cultured.

Scary radiation effects seen in lab animals or cultured cells only gives hints to possible risks.

There are all sorts of projects—all over the world—devoted to the future of food, from cultured meat and fish to nanoparticles that help plants grow in the desert to factories raising millions of bugs for protein.

Technologies like cultured meat and fish, vertical farming, and genetic engineering of crops are all working to feed more people while leaving a smaller environmental footprint.

He was an evangelical transcendentalist, and for many years addressed large and cultured congregations in New York City.

We can turn out academic Sewards by the dozen, and cultured humorists like Lowell and Holmes by the score.

This man was not cultured in the matter of taste in the choice of colors.

Josè conjectured that she must have been either wholly Spanish, or one of the more refined and cultured women of Colombia.

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