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I believe that humans ­today still possess the capabilities of the ancients.
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Through two games of the World Series, the Los Angeles Dodgers — owners of the best record in the majors — and the Tampa Bay Rays, possessing the best record in the AL this season, have each won a game.
Because gluons possess color charge themselves, they constantly interact with one another as well as with quarks.
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The important thing to think about is do these underground lakes perhaps possess Martian life.
It’s enormously more powerful than when everyone merely possesses the same facts.
Both dwarf galaxies and globular clusters can possess a similar number of stars.
Many of them will not pursue certain careers simply because they don’t possess the confidence to compete.
In centuries past, in fact, many scientists simply assumed that Venus possessed life.
Not included in that batch of kits sent away for testing are any of the untested kits possessed by the San Diego Police Department.
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