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This would seem to indicate that we are trying neither `` to halt an influx of migrants '' nor are we `` setting up such standards for development that only the well-to-do could afford to buy land and build in the new sites ''.
you must have a list of requirements on where, how many, and what type sites are needed.
The big factories which are relatively near the centers of our cities -- the rubber factories in Akron, Chrysler's Detroit plants, U.S. Steel's Pittsburgh works -- often began on these sites at a time when that was the edge of the city, yet close to transport ( river ), storage ( piers ) and power ( river ).
In anurans, males usually arrive at the breeding sites before females and the vocal chorus they produce may stimulate the endocrine activity of males that are not yet reproductively active and ovulation in females.
The female visits the nursery sites regularly and deposits unfertilised eggs in the water which are consumed by the tadpoles.
These are usually feeding, breeding or sheltering sites.
The characters in this book in particular are also based on archaeologists Christie knew from her personal experiences on excavations sites.
Many archaeological sites are visited along the way and one of the main characters is an archaeologist, Signor Richetti.
The largest roads, constructed at the same time as many of the great house sites ( between 1000 and 1125 CE ), are: the Great North Road, the South Road, the Coyote Canyon Road, the Chacra Face Road, Ahshislepah Road, Mexican Springs Road, the West Road and the shorter Pintado-Chaco Road.
The old town, Laurenzenvorstadt, government building, cantonal library, state archive and art museum are all listed as heritage sites of national significance.
The areas most heavily contaminated with dioxins are the sites of former U. S. air bases.
Mycenae and Tiryns are the two principal sites on which evidence of a prehistoric civilization was remarked long ago by the classical Greeks.
Art historian Richard Poss took a more flexible approach, maintaining that the astronomical rock art of the North American Southwest should be read employing " the hermeneutic traditions of western art history and art criticism " Astronomers, however, raise different questions, seeking to provide their students with identifiable precursors of their discipline, and are especially concerned with the important question of how to confirm that specific sites are, indeed, intentionally astronomical.
In West Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean early copper zinc alloys are now known in small numbers from a number of third Millennium BC sites in the Aegean, Iraq, the United Arab Emirates, Kalmykia, Turkmenistan and Georgia and from 2nd Millennium BC sites in West India, Uzbekistan, Iran, Syria, Iraq and Israel.
Two monosaccharides can be joined together using dehydration synthesis, in which a hydrogen atom is removed from the end of one molecule and a hydroxyl group (— OH ) is removed from the other ; the remaining residues are then attached at the sites from which the atoms were removed.
Longer distance tours are also carried out by bus, either on a turn up and go basis or through a tour operator, and usually allow disembarkation from the bus to allow touring of sites of interest on foot.
Genomic knowledge of the genes involved in diseases, disease pathways, and drug-response sites are expected to lead to the discovery of thousands more new targets.
There are " broch village " sites in Caithness, but elsewhere they are unknown.
Mousa, Old Scatness and Jarlshof: The Crucible of Iron Age Shetland is a combination of three broch sites in Shetland that are on the United Kingdom " Tentative List " of possible nominations for the UNESCO World Heritage Programme list of sites of outstanding cultural or natural importance to the common heritage of humankind.
A collection of immense importance, the holdings of Assyrian, Babylonian and Sumerian antiquities are among the most comprehensive in the world with entire suites of rooms panelled in alabaster bas-reliefs from highly important sites between the rivers Euphrates and Tigris and include the biblical cities of Nimrud, Nineveh and Khorsabad.

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Dodona ( Doric Greek: Δωδώνᾱ, Dōdṓnā, Ionic and Attic Greek: Δωδώνη, Dōdṓnē ) in Epirus in northwestern Greece, was an oracle devoted to a Mother Goddess identified at other sites with Rhea or Gaia, but here called Dione, who was joined and partly supplanted in historical times by the Greek god Zeus.
On December 31, 1857, these three town sites along with Prairie City joined, incorporating as present-day Nebraska City.
Over the first few decades of the 20th century, several estates were built to house the workers at Ericssons and Boots, both of which had large factory sites also south of the railway line, and these estates joined Beeston and Rylands.
One or more of the disulfide bonds that join the heavy chains in the hinge region are preserved, so the two Fab regions of the antibody remain joined together, yielding a divalent molecule ( containing two antibody binding sites ), hence the designation F ( ab ') 2.
Tenné, representations in the Australian Aboriginal manner of an Arnhem Land rock painting of a woman with stylised internal anatomy between in dexter chief and base two symbolic representations of camp sites joined by journey or path markings in the manner of the Central Australian Aboriginals and in sinister chief and base the like, all Argent ;
However, the link farms became susceptible to manipulation by unscrupulous webmasters who joined the services, received inbound linkage, and then found ways to hide their outbound links or to avoid posting any links on their sites at all.
Fans quickly joined in on the parody by submitting numerous fake reviews to several popular freeware download sites and game review sites giving Progress Quest the highest scores possible.
A significant reason Sheboygan won the 1943 NBL title was the late-season acquisition of Hall of Fame guard Buddy Jeannette, who joined Sheboygan for the last four regular-season games and the playoffs and commuted from his home in Rochester, N. Y. Jeannette, who was working in a defense plant in Rochester and traveling to Sheboygan and other sites of Red Skins games primarily on weekends, averaged 15. 5 points per game, a stout number during the pioneer days when final scores hovered in the 30s and 40s.
In 1998, Klondike Gold Rush NHP joined with Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site, Dawson Historical Complex National Historic Site, and other Parks Canada sites to form the Klondike Gold Rush International Historical Park.
Even though Scandinavians joined the European Bronze Age cultures fairly late through trade, Scandinavian sites present rich and well-preserved objects made of wool, wood and imported Central European bronze and gold.
Although joined together the new archive continued to exist at two separate sites, with Middlesex material still at Dartmouth Street and London material at County Hall on the South Bank, in fact the record office was approximately where the London Aquarium is now situated.
When the online news sites filed their appeal of the trial court's decision on March 22, 2005, they were joined by many amici supporting the journalists ' petition:
These sites are probably joined by others in Indianapolis and in Modesto.
* 2006-Chilbolton Observatory joined forces with several European Space Agency sites to verify the L band radio transmissions from the GIOVE-A satellite
Rob Curley, who has been called the “ hyperlocal guru ” for his previous work in Lawrence, Kan., and Naples, Fla., joined washingtonpost. com in part to develop hyperlocal sites for that paper.
The Web sites of several of its sister stations in other markets also joined the Inergize Digital Network in late December 2008 and early January 2009.
Even though Scandinavians joined the European Bronze Age cultures fairly late through trade, Scandinavian sites present rich and well-preserved objects made of wool, wood and imported Central European bronze and gold.

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Prior to meeting Mallowan, Christie had not had any extensive brushes with archaeology, but once the two married they made sure to only go to sites where they could work together.
In many classical sites, sectioned columns were carved with a centre hole or depression so that they could be pegged together, using stone or metal pins.
* Logical Correlation: The fact that the data have some properties which tie them together, so that we can distinguish a distributed database from a set of local databases or files which are resident at different sites of a computer network.
In the last few years, the Deist Alliance was created so that many of the sites on the Internet could come together to support each other and advocate deism.
Dynamic HTML, or DHTML, is an umbrella term for a collection of technologies used together to create interactive and animated web sites by using a combination of a static markup language ( such as HTML ), a client-side scripting language ( such as JavaScript ), a presentation definition language ( such as CSS ), and the Document Object Model.
The last four sites in the list together comprise the Chardham, or four holy pilgrimage destinations.
Intranet user-experience, editorial, and technology teams work together to produce in-house sites.
More landfill in the 1910s and 1920s provided sites for the Adler Planetarium, Field Museum of Natural History, and Shedd Aquarium, which were linked together as the Museum Campus in 1998.
UNESCO designation as a World Heritage Site provides prima facie evidence that such culturally sensitive sites are legally protected pursuant to the Law of War, under the Geneva Convention, its Articles, Protocols and Customs, together with other treaties including the Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict and international law.
* Against the Giants: The Liberation of Geoff, by Sean K. Reynolds, included the full text of Gygax's three original 1979 Giant modules and details of eighteen new adventure sites in Geoff, linked together as an integrated campaign.
During the summer and fall months, entire families traveled together in their trucks and buses, parked at Renaissance Pleasure Faire sites in Southern and Northern California, worked their crafts during the week, and donned Elizabethan costume for weekend performances, and to attend booths where handmade goods were sold to the public.
* Membrane contact sites, areas within cells where two organelles are held closely together
Taken together, the mobility of foreign investment and lack of economic incentive for environmental protection means that ecotourism companies are disposed to establishing themselves in new sites once their existing one is sufficiently degraded.
".. The routes taken by the Creator Beings in their Dreamtime journeys across land and sea .. link many sacred sites together in a web of Dreamtime tracks criss-crossing the country.
SACs complement Special Protection Areas and together form a network of protected sites across the European Union called Natura 2000.
It is made up of three apartment complexes together with over 30 residential sites as well as 20, 000 sq m of residential and office space.
Several groups of people might join together at particularly good sites, such as Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump.
In the United States, investigation and cleanup of brownfield sites is largely regulated by state environmental agencies in cooperation with the Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA ). The EPA, together with local and national government, can provide technical help and some funding for assessment and cleanup of designated sites.
The heavy and light chain variable regions come together to form antigen binding sites at the end of the two symmetrical arms of the antibody.
Whilst Taylor was busy sorting out the film production side of the project, Aston found some suitable sites to excavate, and gathered together a team of archaeologists to appear on the show.
In historical times, the introduction of man-made stone structures such as barns and bridges, together with forest clearance, has led to an abundance of colony sites around the globe, significantly increasing the breeding ranges of some species.
:' I wrote the manuscript, which was based partly on our constant discussions and on our practical working together in the garden and on our visits to other sites in Tasmania ...

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