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Connectomes are often considered transient “cognitive maps” that underlie how we think and act.
In addition, expanding short-term rentals not only increases access, but also increases financial resilience through increases in transient occupancy taxes revenue.
That held true even for food, which is a material many of us think of as transient.
Besides, encounters with others on the road or trail are often transient.
At atmospheric pressure, under which the new experiment took place, supercooled water would retain some traces of that behavior, resulting in small-scale, transient arrangements of molecules in high-density and low-density formations.
He who read through her lustrous, transiently dwelling eyes had not that security.
The Count Lynar of this adventure, who had well-nigh done such a feat in Diplomacy, may turn up transiently again.
And a State can only require respect for its laws from such aliens as are permanently or transiently within its territory.
Though she affected indifference, Lanyard saw her slender body transiently shaken by a shudder, it might have been of dread.
RED MASQUERADELOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
Here a beam of the sun, long withheld, glanced through the clouds and transiently warmed "the marrying mamma."
THE SON OF CLEMENCEAUALEXANDRE (FILS) DUMAS

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