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The burrowing freeloaders “challenge our notion of what plants even do,” he says.
There’s another notion of recursion, which is you can reuse stuff.
The answer largely depends on how much we build into the notion of understanding.
The competitive advantage they once had when raising — the notion that they’re focused on an area no one else is — is potentially threatened.
The notion that the state’s attorney’s office can’t simultaneously pursue public safety and a broader sense of justice is false, she said, and it would be a mistake to stop the reform efforts now.
They focus on abstract professional notions in ways that deter the more substantive reforms on the ground.
This approach reinforced the notion that families should figure out childcare on their own, which can lead to policies that disproportionately harm poor and working-class families.
I have found that many young people have limited notions of how power works.
In either case, the increase in body modification and gender reassignment procedures suggests now is a good time to reconsider our notions of gender and identity more generally, especially as we live in such an interconnected world.
There’s always a little bit of a notion there in the back of my mind of, you know, of course being in the industry for so long.

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