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This is potent enough to really taste the sweetness in each drop of sap.
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But, based on early data, the vaccines appear less potent against a variant that was first identified in South Africa and has been found in the United States.
He led the Milwaukee Braves to the World Series championship in 1957, when he was 23, and remained a potent force at the plate into his 40s.
Monitor lizards — naïve to the toads’ potent toxins — will eat the amphibians, with lethal consequences.
In a race to catch up with emerging coronavirus variants, wealthy countries are already benefiting from potent vaccines.
Without spoiling the end, I can promise this book will make readers face the news with renewed emotion, emotion all the more potent for the devastation that history has wrought on Evans’s characters, and on all of us.
As constructed, they still need Irving to be special, but Durant and a focused Harden form a potent combination on their own, even with a thin roster around them.
For people experiencing anxiety, this mindset might come naturally, and can make the experience feel more potent.
From roots to shoots, the arrow poison tree carries potent cardenolides that can give would-be predators a heart attack.
His potential addition would make an already potent Alabama attack all the more dangerous.

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