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They also vow to reform policing in Falls Church by shifting officers’ focus to community building and away from “predatory measures”.
The largest sharks ever to hunt in Earth’s oceans may have gotten so big thanks to their predatory behavior in the womb, scientists report October 5 in Historical Biology.
For the fission yeast, such predatory tactics can have big consequences, even driving two nearly identical strains toward becoming different species.
Some of the animals that went extinct were large predatory fish.
They are similar to those of modern predatory birds such as owls.
For many years there had been great scarcity in both countries, a natural consequence of predatory warfare.
The fellow ill-treated her horribly, but he taught her everything in the way of the predatory life that was to be learnt.
The coming of the Romans led to the opening up of new roads, and caused the building of walls of defence against predatory tribes.
THE TOWNS OF ROMAN BRITAINJAMES OLIVER BEVAN
At the same time, anything more ludicrous than the manner in which they indulged their predatory tastes can scarcely be imagined.
The tribes bordering the British territory were brave, restless, and predatory.

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