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Gene editing may be able to help researchers unravel the mysteries of the cephalopod brain.
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The details of how and under what conditions this happens have yet to be unraveled.
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Hosts Andrew Keatts and Sara Libby in this week’s podcast, unraveled the increasingly sticky complex of district-by-district decisions on what to do about putting kids in classrooms.
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“With this outcome, Borexino has completely unraveled the two processes powering the sun,” said physicist Gioacchino Ranucci of Italy’s National Institute for Nuclear Physics in Milan.
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Let’s try to unravel this issue, starting with a brief history of rent control.
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In its Food Lab section, Lopez-Alt “unravels the mysteries of home cooking through science.”
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De Robeck and Keyes came over from the Triad to unravel knotty points.
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"Better leave your mother here," he said, when she told him of her determination to unravel the mystery.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
The blank maze of tree trunks began to unravel into moss-strewn avenues.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
To die as soon as possible, to escape shame by a complete disappearance, to unravel in this way an inextricable situation.
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