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Some said the structure resembled the lair of a Hollywood supervillain—or a Death Star from another galaxy.
It contains genetically-engineered DNA molecules called plasmids that resemble those of the coronavirus.
The device revealed on Friday resembled a small keychain affixed to an oversized penny.
If the professional behaviors of police officers resemble at all the professional behaviors of doctors, then the answer is no.
Unlike American company Moderna’s vaccine, which prompts an immune response using Covid-19 messenger RNA, the Oxford vaccine is made from a virus genetically engineered to resemble coronavirus.
Meanwhile, the United Kingdom will weave the power of artificial intelligence into a structure resembling a giant megaphone.
While there are some notable instances of advanced automation, the overwhelming majority of work is still manual, resembling a sort of human-powered bucket brigade, with people wandering around warehouses or standing alongside conveyor belts.
You can filter through writers and publications with headlines that resemble your own to create a highly-targeted list of people to pitch.
In terms of design, the top part of the Boeotian helmet resembles the simpler Pilos helmet we discussed earlier.
In an e-mail to Science News, she notes that the unpublished specimen mentioned in the retraction strongly resembles Oculudentavis.

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