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It’s such a nuisance that Friends of Acadia has a crew of volunteer ridge runners whose mission is dismantling outlaw cairns and educating hikers to leave no trace.
Both are unlikely to turn up in the fossil record, and that’s normal for trace fossils.
Wage and Hour employees failed to so much as enter five of the 10 complaints in the department’s database, producing no trace that a complaint was ever filed.
Despite a few flurries Wednesday, Washington has yet to record a trace of snow so far this January.
They also found traces of blood on the stone knife he was carrying.
Astronomers saw no trace of this counterpart, and most remained unconvinced.
The documents that remain, Jones wrote in a report about their initial findings, “are shard-like in quality,” just traces of Hopkins, his life and the people around him.
The metal is found just about everywhere, even in small traces in drinking water.
The videos of you and your uncle, the trace of fear on your face when he stands near you.
DARK SPACES ON THE MAPKATIE MCLEANDECEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
A mountain climber, von Helmholtz said, “hits upon traces of a fresh path, which again leads him a little further.”

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