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The puppies subjected to with no rest travelling More than 80 per cent were French Bulldogs, Dachshunds, English Bulldogs and Pugs - commonly considered "designer" breeds because of their high demand.
Obviously all completely different styles of music, but I think we do a good job of bringing out the similarities that aren't commonly considered to be related to one another.
What are the three major types of reform commonly considered by those who are seeking to change a country's political system?
What are the three major types of reforms commonly considered by those who are seeking to change a country's political system?
This work analyzes writing and speeches by six 19th-century figures commonly considered American Transcendentalists, including Sampson Reed, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, and Henry David Thoreau.
It is commonly considered to be one of the US militarys most historically and strategically signficatn assets.
TEverton's two striking targets in this transfer window have become commonly considered a binary choice: Olivier Giroud or Christian Benteke.
As these communities continue to develop and establish themselves, they will attract an increasing number of residents, and in turn spread the population away from what are commonly considered prime residential locations.
What's more, United had never before won the Europa League, or the competition commonly considered its predecessor, the UEFA Cup.
High-risk types of HPV can cause pre-cancerous changes not only on the cervix--which is what's most commonly considered with HPV--but also on the penis, in the anus, and in the throat," Shlay says.
Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) infection of nasopharyngeal epithelial cells, including interactions involving its putative cofactors, is commonly considered critical in NPC development.
Jasenka Gudelj's study demonstrates how architects' knowledge of antiquity and antique materials often came from further afield than we might think: from the Eastern Adriatic coast as much as from Italy or other more commonly considered centers of the Roman world.