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The package comes with everything you’ll need to hook it up and keep your kitchen clean every night.
Burglar alarms could even be hooked up to phones, he continues.
In a press release Julio D’Arcy, who led the study, said 50 bricks hooked up to a solar panel could provide emergency lighting for 5 hours.
So if you want to make people open the entire post, you need to use the first two lines to write a captivating hook.
If city leaders make a misstep, ratepayers could be on the hook in the future.
That review called the terms of that deal “disproportionately unfavorable to the city” for letting the sellers off the hook.
Previously, a different team hooked up two silicon-based artificial neurons with a biological one into a circuit using electrical protocols alone.
If the two neurons don’t form a link, then the synapse physically changes to reduce the chance that the two will hook up.
Only then did I own that by hook or by crook—and mostly by crook, I was forced to suspect—they had purposely given me the slip.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
His face was hidden beneath a beard of bristling, bushy red, and he had a sharp hook nose and small, bright eyes.

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