repeats account for a significant fraction of mammalian genomes, and some of these elements are still actively mobile.
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The nighttime plantings will also be interspersed
with daytime genuses for beauty throughout the day.
Profiles of companies like Internet portal Sina, computer maker Lenovo and home appliance firm Haier are interspersed
with lessons that each of their leaders offers to outside entrants.
The instructional level, a measure of optimal instructional challenge, addresses the amount of review material interspersed
In the Drawing Room, for example, a fluorescent pink ribbon of a makeshift moat (mischievously interspersed
with lolling clear-plastic marbles) casts a pale haze on the surrounding walls.
These are arranged along the western edge of the site to form an open piazza, interspersed
with a network of pedestrian paths and streets.
The full-color photos perfectly capture the breathtaking beauty of North America's highest peak (20,320 feet); stunning imagery of clouds seen from above and mountain faces at sunset are interspersed
with glimpses of dedicated climbers.
Salsa bled into lunges, interspersed
by hip hop and spoken word, evoking the essence of the city.
Police investigators were able to determine the identity of the owner from paperwork interspersed
with the cash.
are observations, some from the diaries they kept, that put the photographs in context and make it clear that Beckwith and Fisher gained familiarity and insight into the significance of all that they witnessed,