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Nestling condition and parental provisioning effort data were pooled across 2010-2011, because the proportion of spotted to unspotted clutches did not vary significantly between these 2 years.
Our analysis indicates that high uncertainty is widespread at this stage; 80 percent of the managers that we interviewed feel that their technologies have many unspotted alternative uses and applications.
One of the entirely unspotted contributing factors in the decline in civility was the Trojan Horse of the picture byline, a ghastly phenomenon virtually non-existent 30 years ago.
Asked how the mix-up had gone unspotted, the publisher said the situation had been "complicated".
And so, Glaucon, the tale was saved, as the saying is, and was not lost, and it will save us if we believe it, and we shall safely cross the River of Lethe, and keep our soul unspotted from the world.
Henry VIII ends in celebration with the grand state christening of Princess Elizabeth, described by Archbishop Cranmer as "a most unspotted lily".
Bolo Zenden's decisive goal came in the form of an illegal but unspotted penalty after the Dutchman struck the the ball three times following a slip in the Cardiff final showpiece.
It would be very embarrassing if one of the inferior North Korean submarines was able to sneak its way through high-tech anti-submarine forces and surveillance in the heavily guarded waters of the South, fire a torpedo and then escape unspotted.
One must learn to shed away the delicacies of the past year and gear up for the brand new unspotted calendar.
That mixture, that staining of her previously unspotted view of human behavior, marks Catherine's maturity as a true heroine.
Sapientia is said to be "the brightness of eternal light, and the unspotted mirror of God's majesty, and the image of his goodness" and, in an image (I might add) echoed in numerous courtly texts, "more beautiful than the sun, and above all the order of the stars: being compared with the light, she is found before it" (Wisdom 7:26 and 29).
James 1:27 says, "Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, to visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world.