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How ironic to uncage the new millennium and find 19th-century Darwinism at a new apex.
UNCAGE, the forum comprising of farmers and voluntary fora in Orissa were protesting against the impending regularisation of illegal cultivation of BT cotton and the government's proposal to conduct field trails of BT brinjal, also a genetically modified crop.
Turning my attention back to the trailer, the trailer exploded into a streaking flame seconds later just as I tried to uncage the missile the third time
Jailbreak watchers would like to believe that after some two months of tinkering with the iOS 7, Team Evad3rs is simply waiting for Apple to uncage the official iOS 7.