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Through drying, the team says they’re able to create a fertilizer that’s just as nutrient-dense by mass as a typical conventional fertilizer.
For most liquids, cooling makes them become denser and more difficult to compress.
That dense head gives you enough power to actually chop through larger branches.
Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are easily accessible from your doorstep, as well as some adventurous backcountry terrain through dense glades.
Patchy areas of dense fog may develop in the early morning, but skies are generally partly cloudy.
Its tail was short, broad and flat, and its bones were dense, all of which could have helped the reptile balance its body as it floated in shallow water.
Moreover, people who live in denser areas are not the real target for these services—rural internet access is quite a bit more expensive.
It combines the well-regarded design aesthetic of the iPhone 5, the promised generational leap in wireless technology of the iPhone 3G, and the dense camera system and large OLED screen of more modern flagships.
His so-called Complete Communities plan would encourage dense development near transit and change the way developers contribute to park and transportation funding.
Even Amazon’s logistics algorithms, which guide staff as they fill orders, had to be rewritten to account for less dense staffing.

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