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Another solution is to reduce the canopy from the top — not by topping or giving the tree a buzz cut, but by cutting back outermost branches where they meet a lower branch.
The shock wave must also fight against the inward spiral of the star’s outermost layers, which are still falling onto the core.
For centuries, the outermost layer of Earth was thought to be static, rigid, locked in place.
When atoms come together in solids, the outermost electron shells of neighbors overlap and form “bands” that extend throughout the material.
Finally, for now the electrodes can only record from the cortex—the outermost layer of the brain.
For example, the cortexes—the outermost layer of the brain—were physically different across donor brains of different age and sex.
For example, the four electrons in carbon’s outermost layer give this atom the ability to bond with up to four other atoms.
SCIENTISTS SAY: ATOMBETHANY BROOKSHIREJULY 20, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
Reckoning that Neptune is the outermost planet of the solar system, that system would have a diameter of 5,584 millions of miles.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Of these coats he rightly supposes the outermost to be merely the epidermis of the middle membrane or testa.
The fjord below lay as smooth as a mirror, the outermost headlands and islands seeming to stand out of the water.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND

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