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Then snow is generated as winds from the southwest aloft send comparatively mild air flowing across the frontal zone.
In all, they tapped into over 320 neurons embedded in the subjects’ frontal brains.
The study found that people who successfully partnered on a task tend to have the frontal part of their brain activity singing in harmony.
If you’ve noticed an uptick of male frontal nudity in TV and in movies in recent years, you’re onto something.
They targeted an area called the frontal eye field, around the front of the head, which is part of the visual perception system.
Macdonald attempted, by a combined frontal attack and a turning movement, to dislodge them.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
The frontal attack was being personally directed by the general, who stood on the high bank of the river.
They seemed to make her small feet appear smaller, and lent to her slender ankles an exaggerated frontal curve.
DOPESAX ROHMER
The cranium has a low, depressed arch, with a very narrow frontal region and highly developed superciliary ridges.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
One party of Kurds occupied the top of the shelf of rock, while the main body prepared for a frontal attack.

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