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The biological sciences require both a grasp of critical organizing concepts and the mastery of prodigious amounts of specific details within each domain and sub-discipline.
THE “LAB LEAK”: IT’S NOT ENOUGH TO SAY ACCIDENTS HAPPEN - FACTS SO ROMANTICTHOMAS LEVENSONJUNE 8, 2021NAUTILUS
In the courtroom, he fascinated the public with his cool, pointed oratory and prodigious memory, as well as his relentlessness.
F. LEE BAILEY, DEFENSE LAWYER FOR THE FAMOUS AND INFAMOUS, DIES AT 87PAUL W. VALENTINEJUNE 3, 2021WASHINGTON POST
So we wanted to have a cutting-edge state of the art platform that will change people’s ideology and help them be objective, and focus based on topics that can be taught as prodigious learning.
VIDEO E-LEARNING PLATFORM FOR MENA, ALMENTOR, CLOSES $6.5M SERIES B LED BY PARTECHTAGE KENE-OKAFORMAY 31, 2021TECHCRUNCH
Curious if the lions’ prodigious yawning was socially linked, Palagi and her team started recording videos of the big cats, analyzing when they were yawning and any behaviors around those times.
YAWNING HELPS LIONS SYNCHRONIZE THEIR GROUPS’ MOVEMENTSJAKE BUEHLERAPRIL 6, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
It can use some of the cash from its prodigious fundraising to begin expanding on its original vision with smaller acquisitions that can fill in missing pieces in the product road map.
UIPATH’S METEORIC RISE FROM UNKNOWN STARTUP TO $35B RPA JUGGERNAUTRON MILLERMARCH 26, 2021TECHCRUNCH
I asked whether he or the crew had seen any prodigious birds in the air about the time he first discovered me?
GULLIVER'S TRAVELSJONATHAN SWIFT
He was six feet ten inches in height, and his strength is represented to have been prodigious.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
The gigantic pylon, its shoulders breaking the sky four-square far overhead, seemed the prodigious portal of another world.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
He has evidently some prodigious secret, which he is determined to envelope in still deeper secrecy.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS
He fancied that he could see it, even at this distance, and another of his prodigious sighs issued from his lips.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND

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