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The company does this to save money, not to give its customers the ability to swap parts around, but it endows the range with a certain degree of Legoability nonetheless.
Thus endowed, both animals were more UV tolerant compared with individuals immersed in only water.
This can endow plants—crops, to put a fine point on it—with a built-in health plan.
JUNK FOOD IS BAD FOR PLANTS, TOO - ISSUE 90: SOMETHING GREENANNE BIKLé & DAVID R. MONTGOMERYSEPTEMBER 23, 2020NAUTILUS
Coleman says the company has made versions of the coronavirus whose genes are peppered with 240 mutations that endow it with some of the worst-performing codons.
However with the founding of new walls, the settlement was finally endowed with its own government.
Nay, by managing its own work and following its own happy inspiration, youth is doing the best it can to endow the leisure of age.
THE POCKET R.L.S.ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
God could not endow him with sinlessness, which is an inalienable portion of Divine perfection.
To endow him with a moderate share of beauty, some one would have been deprived of his, or her good looks.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
As we go through this existence we discover secrets with which we endow the liberal and the mechanical arts.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
She availed herself of all those immunities and privileges which the gods confer upon young women whom they endow with good looks.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON

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