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The researchers tested two ideas for the function of the claws - one for their role in securing sperm in place at the tip of the gonopodium just before it is inserted into the female, the other for grasping unreceptive or resistant females during mating to aid in sperm transfer.
A1/2FIFA is not unreceptive about what has been said about the ball.
We only hear Ezri's half of the conversation, just enough to clue us in to the young man's predicament: he's new in town and has no place to stay, and his friend, whom we never see, is understood to be unreceptive to his plea.
He is polite, cool, self-effacing to a fault; for years committed to his job at the Cairo-based newspaper, Al-Ahram, and at the Centre in Cairo which was trying to propagate united African ideals in an unreceptive environment.
There are two puzzles about Marsilius and Ockham which have perplexed historians of political thought: 1) Why did not Ockham, a fierce critic of Avignon, adopt Marsilius' notion of the papal fulness of power, and 2) Why was Ockham so unreceptive to Marsilius' call for a general council?
Some members of the Israeli media were equally unreceptive of the appointee.
belligerence, which they believe makes Tehran unreceptive to U.
Both players struggled early on finding the cushions unreceptive, and scoring was at a premium.
In a consortium with other port entrepreneurs, he attempted buy the company back, but said ABN Amro was unreceptive.
Although Boras and Ramirez have been unresponsive or unreceptive to everything the Dodgers have thrown at them thus far, it is unlikely Colletti would have left spring training if he wasn't reasonably sure that a face-to-face meeting with Boras would bear fruit.
The people, explained Zimmo, are unreceptive to the idea of eating vegetables irrigated with treated wastewater.