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Look at the thickness of that branch up there,'' Sebar said as he pointed up to the top-heavy tree, where scars could be seen from where branches have fallen.
But Fallen says now there is a lot of drive-through traffic from southern Ontario to the west and vice versa.
Furthermore, by dating the youngest material in a fallen speleothem and the oldest material that accumulated on the formation after it fell, scientists can bracket the period when the breakage occurred.
Overall, the production of industrial materials has fallen 6.
Once someone has fallen, he explains, a powerful post-fall anxiety syndrome often sets in, "which can have a dramatic impact on one's mobility, autonomy, and overall quality of life.
The fallen victim of war on barren battlefields finds no help more enlivening than the cup of water.
The latter half of Anxiety in Eden, "Anxiety and the Actuality of Sin," which deals with Milton and Kierkegaard's views in regard to fallen consciousness, offers a fairly standard orthodox account of what is wrong and degenerative in the fallen Satan and wrong but reparable in fallen Eve and Adam.
Many fallen women were prostitutes, but the category also encompassed groups other than sexual deviants: female thieves, tramps, alcoholics, and those who were described as feeble-minded were also considered fallen, and it was seen as appropriate to rehabilitate them alongside street-walkers.
In fall we work very hard to make sure fallen leaves don't stay in the one plac they belong--on the ground.
Before dropping out of the study, 2 of the 18 had fallen.
Median condo sale prices have now fallen four straight months from the same periods in 2005.
One thing you'll never hear a skater say is, ``I've fallen and I can't get up