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Inspired by a deep sea fish, a team from China engineered a soft autonomous robot that can withstand the punishing conditions of the lowest low—the bottom of the Mariana Trench.
Typically, but not always, SDPD has used these letters as a signal for who’s worthy of monitoring and punishing.
Previously, the Tide sat on games and opponents with dominant defense and a punishing run game.
Most of these drives are of the punishing variety, like the team’s 13-play, 85-yard backbreaker against BYU.
Just suppose you were to try for once, really punishing them when they won't obey you, perhaps they would do it next time.
THE DAISY CHAINCHARLOTTE YONGE
Or else, rendering the pride of Jacob means rewarding, that is, punishing Ninive for the pride they exercised against Jacob.
But Judas pursued them close, punishing the profane, of whom he slew thirty thousand men.
A God of foresight would prevent evil, and in this way would be saved the trouble of punishing it.
To punish a man for his erroneous opinions, is it not punishing him for having been educated differently from yourself?
For a century, the Irish had had laws requiring the people to be ignorant, and punishing them for being industrious.

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