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In a similar manner to that described in the Geological Transactions, the tubes are generally compressed, and have deep longitudinal furrows, so as closely to resemble a shrivelled vegetable stalk, or the bark of the elm or cork tree.
The most remarkable circumstance, as it appears to me, in this case as well as in that of Drigg, and in one described by M.
Those collected by myself have been named and described by Mr.
Priestly has described some imperfect siliceous tubes and a melted pebble of quartz, found in digging into the ground, under a tree, where a man had been killed by lightning.
Finding her own sensations exactly like those described in the book as symptoms of the direst diseases, she put it by in alarm, and took up a novel, which was free from the fault she had found in the lectures, inasmuch as none of the emotions it described in the least resembled any she had ever experienced.
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Complete surgical closure of the nasal cavities for the treatment of atrophic rhinitis was first described by Young in 1967.
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The largest described outbreak of chikungunya virus has been occurring on the islands of the southwest Indian Ocean since March 2005.
Baggins's girth--we are told that his hobbit-hole has lots of pantries) and in The Lord of the Rings Sam, the hobbit servant, is described as "a good cook, even by hobbit reckoning, and he had done a good deal of the camp-cooking on their travels" (Towers 261).
All of these were "spiral" trends, with periods of accelerated change followed by periods of retrenchment, but in the overall direction just described. The national differences Wouters finds are mostly the result of a vanguard surge of change in the United States in the 1920s, where, in courtship as in other areas, the United States experienced developments that other western nations did not realize until after World War II.
Adaptation to these factors is described in relation to the goal of successful reproduction without consideration of other social needs that may influence interactions within sexual relationships.