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If Hypothesis 1 holds and the point stabilizer H acts primitively on [[OMEGA].
Reproductive constraints, direct fitness and indirect fitness benefits explain helping behaviour in the primitively eusocial wasp, Polistes canadensis wasp.
Aesthetic form is the process by which one makes sense habitually of worldly stimuli; it is not a rarefied term referring to a realm that hovers above politics and the crude primitively material world.
Tropical fruit was initially cultivated in primitively heated houses; pineapples, guavas, and limes were grown--and also the first camellias.
I assume the other person is another 'thick as mince' eejit as they must clearly know that their doylen of mate is at work, serving customers - or would they too just primitively grunt 'whatever'?
Shortly thereafter, the first MIDI sequencer, which was a cartridge that plugged into a Commodore 64, came out, and it allowed you to primitively arrange parts via the computer, which was super exciting at the time.
In the high meadows, no sound is more primitively beautiful than the challenging bugle of a herd bull guarding his harem of cow elk and daring any young bull to show an interest in something it didn't win.
come, we primitively believe it actually came from above.
IEM judgments that are 'directly based on experience' (183) will be primitively IEM, but judgments that are not directly based on experience can inherit immunity if based on another IEM judgment.
The primitively eusocial wasp Mischocyttarus cassununga Von Ihering, 1903 (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) is parasitized by Pachysomoides sp.
As he argues at several points in the book, "the ascendancy and the British connection were maintained not by consent, or more primitively by deference, but by superior firepower.