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Couthouy, one of the naturalists in the great Antarctic Expedition of the United States: -- "Having personally examined a large number of coral-islands and resided eight months among the volcanic class having shore and partially encircling reefs.
Her figure, but partially concealed by the soft deerskin, was all curves of symmetry and youthful grace, while her features might easily have been the envy of the most feted of Continental beauties.
The young minister, on ceasing to speak had withdrawn a few steps from the group, and stood with his face partially concealed in the heavy folds of the window-curtain; while the shadow of his figure, which the sunlight cast upon the floor, was tremulous with the vehemence of his appeal.
RAMALLAH, February 28, 2018 (WAFA) -- Weather on Wednesday is partially cloudy to clear with a slight rise in temperature, according to the Palestinian Meteorological Department (PMD).
Lower operating income was due to a loss at BAMTech and a decline at ESPN, partially offset by growth at the Disney Channels and Freeform.
A CYCLIST who helps blind and partially sighted people has been honoured at national level.
The aim of this study was to assess the incidence of different Kennedy's classification of partially edentulous to find the relationship with gender, arches, age, and profession.
During earthquake 2015, 1,543 educational institutions were partially or fully destroyed in Malakand division.
Giving district-wise details of damaged/partially damaged educational institutions, official sources on Wednesday said in Swat the number was 307 which included 54 fully damaged and 253 partially damaged while in Buner the number was 190 including 22 fully damaged and 168 partially damaged.
The increase in operating income was due to growth at ESPN, partially offset by a decrease at the Disney Channels, lower equity income from A&E and lower Freeform results.
Trans-fat, found in processed foods that contain partially hydrogenated oil, is linked to an increased risk of heart disease.
Pirbavafa, A generalization of Geraghty's theorem in partially ordered metric spaces and applications to ordinary differential equations, Fixed Point Theory Appl.

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