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Newly hatched tadpoles soon develop gill pouches which cover the gills and their lungs develop early and are used as accessory breathing organs, the tadpoles rising to the water surface to gulp air.
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Newly hatched Daphnia must molt several times before they are fully grown into adults, usually after about two weeks.
Newly hatched young have down ( prepennae ) which are sepia on the back and black around the eye and buff on the head, neck and underparts.
Newly hatched salmon remain in the river for 2 to 4 years before migrating to Lake Saint-Jean where it remains for most of its adult life.
Newly hatched chicks are covered with down and are soon able to walk, swim, and feed themselves ; however, they are not able to fly until 40 – 45 days after hatching.
Newly hatched brine shrimp and other similar live foods, such as sifted Daphnia, can be fed to the growing fry at between seven and 14 days of age.
Newly hatched Crested Geckos will generally not eat until after they shed their skin for the first time, relying on the remains of their yolk sack for nutrition.
Newly hatched chicks have a sparse white down and they do not open their eyes until about two to three weeks from hatching.
Newly hatched red snapper spread out over large areas of open benthic habitat, then move to low-relief habitats, such as oyster beds.
Newly hatched rootworms locate corn roots in the soil and initially begin feeding on the fine root hairs and burrow into root tips of the corn plant.
Newly hatched dragons are the size of very large dogs or small ponies, and reach their full size after eighteen months.
Newly hatched larvae bore through the bark to the phloem and outer layer of new sapwood where they feed until the weather gets too cold in the fall.
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The Frondizi family in Pinamar ( 1938 ) Newly elected Congressmen Frondizi and Ricardo Balbín ( 1946 ), who named Frondizi his running mate in 1951, but soon parted ways
Newly and develop
It currently takes an average of twenty years to develop Newly Qualified Teachers into head teachers and a systematic culture of talent development is not yet embedded into all schools.
Newly forming flowers will appear from the highly reduced stem from the center of the root mass and are difficult to distinguish from aerial roots until the flower starts to develop.
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Newly independent Armenia needed the income from foreign sales of Nairit rubber and chemical products, many of which had been assigned exclusively to that plant under the Soviet system and were still unavailable elsewhere to the former Soviet republics in the early 1990s.
Currently in its eleventh edition and published under the name Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised ( and often referred to using the initialism RONR ) it is the most widely used parliamentary authority in the United States, according to the National Association of Parliamentarians, a professional association of approximately 4, 000 members which provides education and accreditation certifications for parliamentarians.
In those cases in which the bylaws or other governing documents of an organization refer to " Robert's Rules of Order ," the book may be subordinate to other rules, including ( in descending order of authority as applicable ) law, corporate charter, constitution and / or bylaws, special rules of order and then Robert ’ s Rules of Order Newly Revised.
The title page states that the play was " Newly corrected and augmented by W. Shakespere ," which has suggested to some scholars a revision of an earlier version.
Horn Lake is the site of a plant owned by Chicago-based Newly Weds Foods, which manufactures food coatings, seasonings, and other ingredients for the food processing and service industries.
Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised, which asserts a principle that the majority should have the right to make all decisions, states, " A minority group, by coordinating its effort in voting for only one candidate who is a member of the group, may be able to secure the election of that candidate as a minority member of the board.
Chester and Festus Haggen are perhaps Dillon's most recognizable sidekicks, though there were others who would become acting-deputies for two and a half to seven and a half year stints: Quint Asper ( Burt Reynolds ) ( 1962 – 1965 ), Thad Greenwood ( Roger Ewing ) ( 1966 – 1968 ), and Newly O ' Brian ( Buck Taylor ) ( 1967 – 1975 ), who served as both back-up deputy and doctor-in-training, having some studies in medicine via his uncle which then continued under Doc Adams.
The 33rd of these stories is the story of Mariotto and Ganozza, which was apparently adapted by Luigi da Porto ( 1485 – 1529 ) first as Giulietta e Romeo and later as Historia novellamente ritrovata di due nobili amanti (" Newly retrieved story of two noble lovers ").
Newly established Kolsky Uyezd covered most of the territory of the peninsula ( with the exception of Varzuzhskaya and Umbskaya Volosts, which were a part of Dvinsky Uyezd ), as well as the northern part of Karelia all the way to Lendery.
Newly constructed Malls in Kota Kinabalu includes Suria Sabah Shopping Mall which currently holds GSC Kota Kinabalu and also Megalong Shopping Mall situated in the district of Penampang.
Newly arrived to the dusty riverbank settlement, Jesuit clergymen in 1608 secured a title to much of the lot, on which Garay's earlier plans for a central plaza had been abandoned.
The title page of the 1595 quarto advertised the play as " Newly set foorth, overseene and corrected, / By W. S ." An identification of " W. S ." with William Shakespeare apparently led to the play's inclusion among the seven works that Philip Chetwinde added to the second impression of his Shakespeare Third Folio in 1664 — which in turn led to the inclusion of Locrine in the Shakespeare Apocrypha.
Newly re-elected mayor of Lille, socialist Martine Aubry, will try to impose a new 800m euro stadium in the eastern part of the community, which is opposed by three major mayors of her own party, who consider the project as misplaced and too expensive.
In her introduction to Cixous ' The Newly Born Woman, literary critic Sandra Gilbert writes " to escape hierarchical bonds and thereby come closer to what Cixous calls jouissance, which can be defined as a virtually metaphysical fulfillment of desire that goes far beyond satisfaction ... is a fusion of the erotic, the mystical, and the political.
The U. S. manual Robert's Rules of Order, Newly Revised, 10th edition, p. 402 describes various forms of illegal ballots, which are ballots which do not count for any candidate.
Newly created bureaucracy required significant financial investments, which the government was lacking.
Newly appointed as Secretary of War by President Franklin Pierce, Jefferson Davis found the Army needed to improve transportation in the southwestern US, which he and most observers thought a great desert.
In 1841 Heiberg published a volume of New Poems containing A Soul after Death, a comedy which is perhaps his masterpiece, The Newly Wedded Pair, and other pieces.
Newly started programs by the Wellcome Trust include the creation of research training programs for physicians wishing to pursue careers in academic medicine, which the trust started in October 2010.
Newly enlisted Civil Affairs Soldiers attend a fast-paced 13-week course, which includes land navigation training ( mounted and dismounted ), weapons training ( rifle and pistol ), night vision device training, negotiations training and an extensive field training exercise held at Camp Mackall, North Carolina, located 50 miles outside of Fort Bragg.