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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.
The PDK monomers can then be used to make pristine new plastic, again and again.
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.
It’s packed with pristine lakes, rivers, and views of the southern Rocky Mountains.
Sestito speculated that perhaps pockets of pristine gas managed to dodge all the metals expelled from supernovas for eons, then collapsed to form stars that looked deceptively old.
Maybe somebody’s life will be changed by your pristine copy of Swann’s Way.
They flocked to the museum to study the unusually pristine specimen.
That means that houses in sought-after areas in pristine condition will still command multiple offers.
Lorelai, in the meantime, is really concerned with the purity and pristine-ness of Rory’s bed.
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You need to keep the surface of the aircraft pretty pristine—you need to be careful that you don’t dent the skin.

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