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The monarchs made their most striking sounds in the sun, when they burst from the trees in massive fluttering plumes or landed on the ground in the tussle of mating.
MIGRATING MONARCHS ARE IN TROUBLE. HERE’S HOW WE CAN ALL HELP THEM.BY D. ANDRÉ GREEN II/THE CONVERSATIONSEPTEMBER 23, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Instead the time is told through the striking of internal gongs, which ring out the hour, quarter hour, and minute.
Another striking finding of the women in the workplace study was that men are twice as likely to believe employees are treated fairly, regardless of their gender, compared with women.
The Hindenburg report’s most striking claim is that a January 2018 video purportedly showing a Nikola One hydrogen fuel-cell semi truck moving under its own power was staged.
In fact, there is a striking level of cross-cultural agreement regarding value.
Cold Shadows on a Hot PlanetOne of the most striking recent discoveries about the solar system is that there is water everywhere—just mostly not in plain sight.
The early recognition of pictured objects, of which certain animals have a measure, is often strikingly discerning.
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The head is strikingly like, and the whole figure worked out of the stone with great artistic skill.
A simple experiment of Boussingault's illustrates this absorption very strikingly.
This daughter, Agnes by name, was at this time about twenty, and was a strikingly beautiful girl.

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