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Still, DoorDash must prove that its growth during the pandemic was no fluke.
In 1989 a meteorological fluke helped Ken Lohmann, a biologist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, confirm that hatchlings use waves as a guide.
These were not flukes, either — San Diego and Chicago finished the season ranked Nos.
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Republicans think Brindisi’s win was a fluke, and now he has a record they can wield to try to pin him as a standard Democrat.
For me, that is a lot of similar results for this to be a fluke.
We anchored on the north side of the former, but broke the fluke, from the rocky nature of the bottom.
(a) Flatworms are sometimes parasitic, examples being the tapeworm and liver fluke.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
Such is seen in the life history of the liver fluke, a flatworm which kills sheep, and in the tapeworm.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
If I thought he meant the boy any harm he'd get his nose rove foul in the shake of a fluke.
Fluke worms, therefore, can never be regarded as a cause of rot, they must be looked upon merely as a symptom.
A TREATISE ON SHEEP:AMBROSE BLACKLOCK

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