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Metatarsomere length ratio 1.00:0.58:0.42:0.17:0.58; tarsomere 4 membranous anteroventral lobe broad, 0.5X length of tarsomere 5; claw simple, shallowly arcuate.
SF-crowsnest praises the writer's deft touch in balancing the characters' personal stories and the "wider political and military background that give the whole book a well-rounded feel." And, NPR notes, the vestiges serve nicely as the core of a "debate about how we choose to remember history, and what it means when someone calls that into question." One critic, however, found Provenance to be shallowly plotted, leaning too heavily on Ingray's likability.
She chose 30 minutes of walking at lunchtime and to limbic breathe whenever she found herself breathing shallowly.
However, some say that old feuds are buried shallowly beneath the surface.
When planted too shallowly, the bulbs disintegrate into masses of tiny bulblets, incapable of producing flowers.
And few will miss the gun control argument shallowly buried throughout the film.
Elytral striae represented by shallowly impressed, shining double lines, interrupted by small punctures separated by 2-3 diam of a puncture; intervals on disc with sparse, minute, simple punctures; lateral intervals with small, setigerous tubercles, setae erect and minute.
The reason for this is because the club head is hitting on or above the equator of the ball and this is caused by the club travelling too shallowly into the ball.There are a number of swing faults that can cause this type of shot.
The CMA is a signal to employers and peers of your skills, intelligence, dedication, and commitment to personal and professional development--all attributes that can otherwise only be shallowly expressed in a cover letter.
If, for instance, you are looking to control your weight - and shallowly or not, I am - running wins, going away.
The explicit subject couldn't be more bland, but an implicit tension compresses its shallowly folded ground, similar to the muscular, 15th-century Dutch landscapes of Hercules Seghers.