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Close to a large city they might even specify the size of the nails used ; ;
Naturally it will be dictated to a large extent by the shape and size of your land.
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While cyanobacteria have been traditionally considered algae, recent works usually exclude them due to large differences such as the lack of membrane-bound organelles, the presence of a single circular chromosome, the presence of peptidoglycan in the cell walls, and ribosomes different in size and content from those of the Eukaryotes .< ref >
He is tall and thin and always wears clothes a size too large for him.
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Each is the size of a large asteroid, only capable surviving in microgravity conditions, and processes data at 0. 5 % the speed of a human brain.
The genus comprises about 30 species of monoecious trees and shrubs, a few reaching a large size, distributed throughout the North Temperate Zone.
Several vapour-vesicles may unite while the rock is still viscous, and thus form a large cavity which may become the home of an agate of exceptional size ; thus a Brazilian geode lined with amethyst and weighing 35 tons was exhibited at the Düsseldorf Exhibition of 1902.
The size of the burhs ranged from tiny outposts such as Pilton to large fortifications in established towns, the largest at Winchester.
Historically, the size of farms and landed estates in the United Kingdom was usually expressed in acres ( or acres, roods, and perches ), even if the number of acres was so large that it might conveniently have been expressed in square miles.
Given the United States ' large size it has numerous regional variations.
For according to them, there were seven islands in that sea in their time, sacred to Persephone, and also three others of enormous size, one of which was sacred to Hades, another to Ammon, and another one between them to Poseidon, the extent of which was a thousand stadia ; and the inhabitants of it — they add — preserved the remembrance from their ancestors of the immeasurably large island of Atlantis which had really existed there and which for many ages had reigned over all islands in the Atlantic sea and which itself had like-wise been sacred to Poseidon.
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Gels made from purified agarose have a relatively large pore size, making them useful for separation of large molecules, such as proteins and protein complexes > 200 kilodaltons, as well as DNA fragments > 100 basepairs.
They vary in size from tiny acorn sized to large amphorae like vessels but all have elevated levels of zinc on the interior and are lidded.
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The proposals call for a large canal or tunnel being excavated from the Qattara due north of depending on the route chosen to the Mediterranean Sea to bring seawater into the area.
This depression, an area lower than the surrounding region, reaches to about-19 m. To the west the Jaghbub lies in a similar depression and to the east the large Qattara Depression also lies below sea level.
* The Qattara Depression, north of the Kharga oasis and west of Cairo, is a large area of Egypt that lies below sea level.

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One of only two American cycle manufacturers to survive the Great Depression, Harley-Davidson again produced large numbers of motorcycles for the US Army in World War II and resumed civilian production afterwards, producing a range of large V-twin motorcycles that were successful both on racetracks and for private buyers.
In 1931, at the depth of the Great Depression, the Pepsi-Cola Company entered bankruptcy – in large part due to financial losses incurred by speculating on wildly fluctuating sugar prices as a result of World War I.
During the Dust Bowl and Great Depression of the 1930s, large numbers of people fled rural areas of the Plains and Midwest because of depressed commodity prices, high debt load, and several years of drought and large dust storms.
However, large economic events such as the Great Depression can lead to similar unemployment rates across the globe.
Very large bore (>= 0. 750 inch ) sousaphones, with oversized bells as large as 32 " in diameter, were made by Conn (" Grand Jumbo " ( 3-valve ) & 48K ( 4-valve )) and King (" Jumbo " ( 3-& 4-valve versions ) & " Giant " ( 3-valve ) & 1271 ( 4-value )) in the mid-1920s and 1930s, and by Martin, York, & Buescher, but they disappeared from the catalogs during the Depression or at the onset of World War II.
No large army units entered the Depression although German Afrika Korps patrols and the British Long Range Desert Group did operate in the area as these small units had considerable experience in desert travel.
Bonanno's large cash position gleaned from crime allowed him to make many profitable real estate investments during the Great Depression.
Two migrant field workers in California during the Great Depression — George Milton ( Burgess Meredith ), an intelligent and quick-witted man, and Lennie Small ( Lon Chaney, Jr .), an ironically-named man of large stature and immense strength but limited mental abilities — come to a ranch near Soledad southeast of Salinas, California to " work up a stake.
Notable bull markets marked the 1925-1929, 1953 – 1957 and the 1993-1997 periods when the U. S. and many other stock markets rose ; while the first period ended abruptly with the start of the Great Depression the end of the later time periods were mostly periods of soft landing, which became large bear markets.
A large Civilian Conservation Corps camp constructed adjacent to Fort Clark helped to employ some people during the Great Depression.
During the Great Depression large numbers of migrants from Oklahoma and Arkansas settled in the city.
Combined with the Great Depression, the shutdown of the mill had a marked impact on the town and left it with no large employer for nearly 20 years.
Beginning around 1900 and continuing until the onset of the Depression in 1930, large numbers of Portuguese from Providence, Fall River, New Bedford, and Portugal settled in East Providence.
The town is most famous for the Wall Drug Store, which opened as a small pharmacy in 1931 during the Depression, but eventually developed into a large roadside tourist attraction.
Although the Great Depression destroyed many Americans ' disposable incomes and hence budget for travel, Red Boiling Springs still had large numbers of visitors.
The population of the town declined during the Great Depression along with the price of oil, and as the discovery of large oil fields elsewhere pulled workers away.
With the Depression and post-World War II suburban development, moviegoing declined at such large venues.
Beginning with the Depression of the 1930s, the town declined as oil production waned, and a large refinery at the edge of town closed in the 1950s.
In the United States, the job was one of only a few in the 1930s to permit women, which, coupled with The Great Depression, led to large numbers of applicants for the few positions available.
However, the Stock Market Crash of 1929 and the ensuing Great Depression devastated business and in January 1933, the Christie brothers companies went into receivership, the studio assets being acquired by another large film making company.
The first large scale job creation programs in the United States were introduced as part of the New Deal during the Great Depression.

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