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It could only become a permanent part of your genome if it were a DNA molecule instead of an RNA molecule—and even the chances of that happening would be chemically remote.

Also loosely moored to real life happenings, his acclaimed “Exit Strategy” follows the final desperate days of a condemned Chicago public school.

Every breach in temperature control degrades the vaccine, and every time the vaccine moves, the chances of this happening increase, so health officials need to plan carefully to ensure the absolute minimum amount of movement.

Striking, emotionally resonant events tend to dominate our thinking more than abstract happenings.

And, so as said, they did not even refer to the happenings of the day before or of any of the context of all that had occurred.

The CassowaryStanley Waterloo

By the Observation of Experiment, or the perception of happenings in which we interfere with things and then observe the result.

The Art of Logical ThinkingWilliam Walker Atkinson

The happenings at the birth of the world's great ones have little to do with the grandeur of their lives.

A Layman's Life of JesusSamuel H. M. Byers

But the happenings of to-day had suddenly shown him where he stood.

The Lamp of FateMargaret Pedler

The effect of all these happenings was immediately perceptible in the resumed discussion on the Home Rule Bill.

There were three happenings that aided in awakening me to my need.

Riches of GraceE. E. Byrum

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