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Benoit suspects that if scientists can identify these genes, they could use them to engineer new types of cells tolerant of high pressures and little oxygen.
The pandemic’s onslaught makes investors a lot more tolerant of tough decisions that cause short-term pain but build on what makes money, shelves losers, and jettisons lofty ambitions.
The Federal Reserve is expected to make that official by announcing a new strategy that requires it to be more tolerant when prices overshoot, and refrain from preemptive interest-rate increases.
Bigger dingoes may then, in turn, be more tolerant of the poison’s effects, their body size outpacing a relatively constant dosage over the years.
Jon Oatley, a reproductive biologist at Washington State University, wants to use Crispr-Cas9 to fine tune the genetic code of rugged, disease-resistant, and heat-tolerant bulls that have been bred to thrive on the open range.
Yet, through a life devoted to the externals of it, Mata had been tolerant of beauty, rather than at one with it.
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
He was very attractive to the young, and tolerant of human infirmities, even when he gave the best advice.
We must admit it among ourselves, Jeronimo, those miscreants showed themselves quite tolerant!
In some of its articles Mazzini appears at his best,—more tolerant, less dogmatic and theoretical.
During the peaceful and tolerant reign of Charles II the country made steady progress.

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