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These survivors of two centuries of Western progress are being joined by other previously diminished inhabitants of the plains: prairie dogs, burrowing owls, the black-footed ferret, and, perhaps most spectacularly, the American bison-- the buffalo.
The momentous event occurred at Furry Creek Golf Course, a spectacularly scenic mountainside course overlooking Howe Sound, an inlet of the Pacific Ocean near Vancouver, Canada.
We had some very creative ideas, some of which could have worked spectacularly well, but in order to work spectacularly well they had to be sufficiently durable to be raceable - and frankly some of our solutions weren't.
The Battles live in the Berkshire town of Pangbourne which, interestingly, was the setting of a spectacularly violent and disturbing novella, Running Wild, by the late, great JG Ballard.
John Black, president of the Royal College of Surgeons, said: "To say the European working time regulations have failed spectacularly would be a massive understatement.
There are two kinds of memorable sporting losers - those who are spectacularly incompetent and those who are spectacularly bad tempered in defeat.
In the end, though, ``Rome'' seems more a provocation, a prurient invitation to audiences to wallow in the spectacularly staged bad behavior.
This month another bloke trashed his pride and joy in a road rally in Utah when he hit a bump at 200mph, spectacularly rolling his Enzo seven times.
It is the site of the spectacularly successful American Girl Store that opened in 2003 and that currently produces over 50% of the property's income.
Based on the popular Channel 4 TV series, presented by design guru Kevin McCloud, Grand Designs Live is set to be a spectacularly vibrant exhibition with a huge celebrity line-up, including Kevin, Diarmuid Gavin and Naomi Cleaver, ready to inform, excite and inspire visitors to create their own grand design.
However, in a thought-provoking 22-page introduction, Lynn Garafola tells the entire history of ballet in Russia, from its spectacularly imperial origins to modern times.
Gulsun Karamustafa is a chronicler of Istanbul, a crossroads between continents whose multiple--and often conflicting--heritages are visibly and spectacularly piled on one another.