Thesaurus / pristine
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To weed out possible contamination, Candela and his colleagues sorted out the old, obviously degraded ancient DNA from the more pristine modern sequences.
OLDEST DNA FROM POOP CONTAINS A NEANDERTHAL’S MICROBIOMEKIONA N. SMITHFEBRUARY 8, 2021ARS TECHNICA
The PDK monomers can then be used to make pristine new plastic, again and again.
CHEMISTS ARE REIMAGINING RECYCLING TO KEEP PLASTICS OUT OF LANDFILLSMARIA TEMMINGJANUARY 27, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Their ball movement was pristine, and perhaps the most impressive part of Michigan’s performance was that star freshman center Hunter Dickinson hardly factored into his team’s success.
MARYLAND CAN’T KEEP UP WITH NO. 7 MICHIGAN AND NEVER LEADS DURING AN 87-63 LOSSEMILY GIAMBALVOJANUARY 20, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Maybe somebody’s life will be changed by your pristine copy of Swann’s Way.
THIS WEEKEND: ESCAPE THIS MESSY WORLD WITH A MEMOIRJOSHUA EFERIGHENOVEMBER 6, 2020OZY
They flocked to the museum to study the unusually pristine specimen.
PRISTINE 'FIREBALL’ METEORITE CONTAINS EXTRATERRESTRIAL ORGANIC COMPOUNDSRACHAEL ZISKOCTOBER 29, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
You need to keep the surface of the aircraft pretty pristine—you need to be careful that you don’t dent the skin.
THIS WEIRD-LOOKING PLANE COULD SOMEDAY BE A FAST, CLEAN OPTION FOR AIR TRAVELROB VERGERSEPTEMBER 28, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
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