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Over the next few years, the breakthrough received widespread media coverage, and when Buri’s hornless descendant graced the cover of Wired magazine in April 2019, it did so as the ostensible face of the livestock industry’s future.
That is, the code of life can now be disguised as a full-fledged viral enemy to train the protein descendants of that code.
The size and spacing of the 106-million-year-old tracks suggest the crocodylomorph was 2 to 3 meters long — a fearsome predator similar in size to its modern descendants, researchers report June 11 in Scientific Reports.
What the armor-bearer was for the warlike races of old, such is the tchbukdi for their degenerate descendants.
Our voluntary service regulars are the last descendants of those rulers of the ancient world, the Roman Legionaries.
It is very seldom that any pure descendants of the original inhabitants are to be seen; we met with only two.
The Dauphin would be perfectly willing to renounce them for himself and for all his descendants.
Her descendants have been exempted from the taille (poll tax)—a mean and shameful recompense!
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
It was doubtless the case with the Mound Builders, of whom these communities were probably the descendants.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
The similitude is a calumny on the descendants of Ishmael; the fiercest Bedouin are refined and mild compared with the Apaches.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST

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