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In higher-latitude regions, such as the Tasman Sea, relief tended to be much closer, within a few tens of kilometers of the overheated patch, the researchers found.
The officers’ uniforms bear a large patch that says “police,” but they aren’t police.
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Microraptor’s shorter feathers appear in just a small patch on one of the dinosaur’s four wings — suggesting that the dinosaur molted sequentially, too, bird ecologist Yosef Kiat at the University of Haifa in Israel and colleagues report.
Other times, they arranged patches of spikes in different directions.
Broken pipes and pumps are fixed in patches when money comes through from both federal governments or via the North American Development Bank.
The way to test theories of magnetogenesis is to study the pattern of magnetic fields in the most pristine patches of intergalactic space, such as the quiet parts of filaments and the even emptier voids.
His team, too, is working on microneedle patches for plants.
That patch alerts users with a skin sensation when they have lost a certain amount of sweat.
Several research groups have been looking to deliver vaccines with a press-on patch.
Another type, called Rothia, lived in large patches toward the outside of the biofilm.

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