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The birds reacted to only one of the four jumbled versions, called SEQ2, as if they noticed it violated some rule of grammar, whereas the other three remixes didn't.
However, getting the letters jumbled up suggests you're not sure about how to make your mark and that you don't have a definite plan to promote your skills.
The infant marmosets that he has studied produce repetitive, jumbled sounds that, like human baby talk, prompt adults to respond.
Formerly, the old facility was a jumbled office, 16 feet on one side, shared by the center with the provost marshal.
BUT, if it is to one day become "the leading African American Poetry Site on the Net" as stated in the jumbled and hard to decipher "About Us Section" it definitely needs an emergency technological facelift!
The resulting presentation seems somewhat jumbled. The report card: solid ideas, uneven performance.
Here they seem like icons on a huge computer screen, except they are not dead-set in neat rows but a bit jumbled, as if just born.
Untangling the jumbled bandwith brigade from analog to cable
Clay's molecular structure consists of tiny plates that either stack neatly on top of each other to create a bond or form a more jumbled, weaker arrangement.
The researchers then played complete but jumbled song versions to nine nestlings that had been brought into the lab while still too young to react to singing.
His insights on Du Bois and Garvey are interesting, but the narrative collapses in his final two chapters, where a battery of jumbled prescriptions and ruminations covers well-trodden subjects, like the importance of literacy and the evils of racism.
(The Internet offers its own kind of democracy, but because it is so jumbled, it not only resists control, it also has yet to reach a predictable audience.) The voices on radio and TV are selected voices that are amplified in ways their opposites are not.