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- How did their fossil remains get sorted into an invariable order in the earth's strata?
- The results are invariable light, crisp and as tempting as food could possibly be, and the whole experience far less traumatic than I imagined.
- Clade strengths were evaluated by analyzing 250 bootstrap replicates with the PROML program based on a model comprising one invariable plus four categories.
- The invariable result is always supposed to be mass unemployment, industry collapse, and economic meltdown - until someone points out reality.
- These details are not mentioned by the Gospels, but are an invariable feature of every icon of the Nativity.
- The invariable response, when you tell a child that the celebrities have been submerged in mud and entombed with rats, is ‘Why?’
- This development was important because the rule was meant to be invariable, such that it constituted absolutely reliable support for the proving of the thesis proposition.
- It isn't just an occasional failure, it's an invariable failure.
- It's staying focussed for long periods of time and the invariable effects on posture, concentration and sense of wellbeing.
- Side effects (from both free drug and free marine antibody protein) will be the invariable result.
- If we expect that human character is an elusive and variable thing, then we cannot expect to catch it in a stiff and invariable style.
- With the almost invariable practice of boiling vegetables with its consequent loss of vitamins, the practice of providing fresh fruit with the meal would have much to recommend it.
- Then he would come home, and Saturday lunch would be some kind of special event, which included, as its invariable dessert, suet pudding with golden syrup and custard.
- The second was the invariable denial that followed - the outright refutation of indisputable evidence, or the protestations of innocence or ignorance, or the imputation that supplements had been spiked or contaminated.
- On the Central Coast, cooks season well-marbled beef with salt and garlic, sizzle it over local red-oak coals and serve it with the invariable trinity of garlic bread, stewed local pinquito beans and tomato salsa.
- The invariable result is a loss of quality and the increasing difficulty of including foreign authors in the publishers' programmes.
- Working on that invariable response, and the number of cricket fans in the country, there must have been three to four million spectators there that amazing day.
- They have denied the distinction between higher and lower, to the invariable advantage of the latter.
- These weren't just statistics, I was led to believe, but invariable truths.
- One of the hard, invariable, and maddening unofficial rules of parenting, is that you pay for what you get.
- The null hypothesis tested in this study, then, was the proportion of invariable sites model plus either site-specific or gamma-distributed rate variation.
- Thus, the flux of water vapour at a constant concentration gradient across pores of invariable geometry will depend only on the molecular characteristics of the gas (solvent).
- The fundamental constants are an extensive set of invariable quantities, such as the charge of the electron, which scientists use to predict a very wide range of phenomena.