• So a tiny bit of the outside is melted and is left with this really thin glass on the outside."

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  • So within this relatively tiny area there are radically diverse regions, and this fact held important implications for Israel's history.


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  • And if you are just a tiny bit creative, then you can build off of that. And...


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  • Sweet,peaceful stars filled the sky as the night birds sang softly, and tiny insects buzzed in the soft air.

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  • So, indeed, we are talking about a lot of void and a tiny little bit of extremely dense being.


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  • The old couple smiled and cooled until the babies began to yawn and rub their eyes with tiny fists.

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  • So on your computer's hard drive are again, a whole bunch of tiny magnetic particles aligned this way or this way.


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  • There were 12 shiny drops of water, each holding a tiny baby no larger than her big toe.

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  • With her" is a very teeny-tiny little word in Hebrew, so I guess a lot of translations figure they can leave it out.


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  • Behind her,in the little room over the porch, a tiny clock ticked loudly on its shelf near the end of the bed.

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  • So, let's just begin with that first chapter, the tiny chapter Chapter 1.


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  • When they were tired or wanted to be held they cried out in tiny voices and reached up with their little arms.

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  • You can imagine these tiny little robots wandering around, right?


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  • For example, you can add sand to prevent tiny breaks or lines from forming in the finished product.

    VOA: special.2009.09.14

  • This is real, unlike the Joule coefficient which is very small so that most gases have tiny Joule coefficients. So if you do a Joule experiment, you hardly measure a temperature change. With real gases, here you do actually measure it. You can feel it with your finger on your bicycle tire.


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  • She reached the blanket just in time to see the weasel run off with a tiny rain baby hanging from its mouth.

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  • And because of this nutritionism, because of the reductionism where we have become so precise about what we eat in terms of its tiny constituents that we've lost track of the bigger picture of food.

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  • One of the drops landed on the head of a tiny lizard crawling near the feet of Beatrice.

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  • So it might be something like that, a tiny little something that one would set down like a couple of elements.


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  • They would fly four thousand kilometers to tiny Howland Island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

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  • A lot of times when people draw them, they even only draw the big lobe just to keep their paper looking nicer, but there is that little tiny lobe on the other side.


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  • Finally,on February twentieth, John Glenn climbed into his tiny spacecraft on top of the huge Atlas rocket.

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  • Passion for technology and customer you always dealing with even from the time you're a tiny startup.


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  • The Kepler space telescope looks for planets by measuring tiny decreases in the brightness of stars when planets cross in front of them.

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  • So if we just go a tiny distance in here, this is Bud Light and so on.


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  • The tiny dark dots in vanilla ice cream are from the seedpods of the vanilla orchid.

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  • See, this, you agree, is a complete solution to this miniature, tiny, Mickey-Mouse problem.


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  • The carbon dioxide enters the plants through tiny holes or pores on the surface of leaves.

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  • I think the word tiny might be justified.


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  • They carry a potential, that is, if you could - if you had a tiny, tiny electrical meter, you could one put one electrode on one side of the cell membrane, on the extracellular side and one on the intracellular side and measure, you would measure a potential difference; just like a battery you would measure a potential difference.


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