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Either way, Michael Raupp, an entomology professor emeritus at the University of Maryland, College Park, says the cicadas’ massive cyclical emergence makes them fascinating to study.
Without that cyclical exposure, immunity likely began to wane over the winter months—so when people encountered RSV in the summer, their bodies weren’t prepared for it and they got sick, Malley explains.
The Elegies have never before been published as here, together in the cyclical form of their original conception.
EROTICA ROMANAJOHANN WOLFGANG GOETHE
A vast preponderance of all the action that takes place around us is cyclical action.
Understanding of the large cyclical forces has continued to elude us.
Feminine education comes and goes, so though in less markedly cyclical fashion does masculine education.
The presence of radionuclides in the atmosphere has provided clues to cyclical movements of biological importance.
Physical science does not confuse these; it never mistakes nor denies specific function, organic progression, cyclical growth.
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Golden ages are cyclical, and it may be that the glory of the books of the future shall surpass all the glories of the past.
Human history, like all great movements, was cyclical, and returned to the point of beginning.
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