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Thinning and prescribed burns both generally cover around tens of thousands of acres per year, a tiny fraction of what the Little Hoover Commission recommended.
Kurtz and Franz found that tiny crustaceans called copepods got better at warding off parasitic tapeworm larvae with repeated exposure — but the results were inconsistent.
These tiny marine snails, or thecosomes, migrate up to surface waters at night to feed and sink to deeper waters during the day to hide from predators.
Every time you rip those muscles, tiny bone molecules build up.
However on the publisher side, it seems we’re looking at an even higher concentration of ad spending with a tiny number of companies.
There may be tiny pockets where enough people have been infected that their family members or neighbors are unlikely to catch the disease, Hanage says.
The Subcommittee alleged the SBA has “refused to implement strong oversight mechanisms and instead has committed to audit only a tiny percentage of loans,” the Subcommittee wrote.
In 2004, Momofuku Noodle Bar opened in a tiny, stark space in Manhattan’s East Village.
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The process, he said, should only leave a “tiny scar” on a person’s head.
Turning to subscriptions, publishers have learned that just a tiny percentage of their audience converts.

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