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They range in size from almost man-portable mobile plants to enormous, complex systems weighing more than a hundred tonnes housed in block-sized buildings.
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They come in crisp basket weaves in natural honey hues, along with lacey open weaves with a lustre finish in natural, white, black and a whole range of colors.
They are written by specialists in numerous types of business enterprises, cover a wide range of subjects, and are directed to the needs and interests of the small firm.
They range from an eight-foot pram, which you can build yourself for less than $50, to auxiliary sailboats which can cost over $100,000.
They offer exceptional design freedom, making it possible to incorporate contours and details which give free range to the talents of the designer.
They usually range from 20 to 60 feet in height, but when they pour into a V-shaped inlet or harbor they may rise to mountainous proportions.
They range from the Soviet Embassy on Sixteenth Street, a gray shuttered pile suggesting a funeral-accessories display house, to what Congressman Rooney has called `` that monstrosity on Thirty-fourth Street '', the modern cement-and-glass chancery of the Belgians.
They fall within a range between approximately 7500 BC ( 9, 500 years ago ) and approximately 16, 000 BC ( 18, 000 years ago ).
They range in size from the Chinese giant salamander ( Andrias davidianus ), which can grow to a length of, to the diminutive Thorius pennatulus from Mexico which seldom exceeds.
They lived in a range of structures, including pit houses, cliff dwellings, and pueblos, designed so that they could lift entry ladders during enemy attacks, which provided security.
They were perhaps not named " Angles " at that time ; however, the territory of the Teutones probably included the Vorpommern and the region south to the Elbe ( mainly Holstein ), accounting for the implied larger range of the Angles in later sources.
They must be protected in a controlled environment where such variables are maintained within a range of damage-limiting levels.
They overlap in range with 3 other crane species but interactions with these species and other " large wader " type birds are not known.
They range from the one-day road race, criterium, and time trial to multi-stage events like the Tour de France and its sister events which make up cycling's Grand Tours.
They eat a wide range of material ; in addition to the normal prey of small rodents, reptiles, other amphibians, birds and a range of invertebrates, they also eat plants, dog food and household refuse.
They range along the Thames valley and beyond, as far as Surrey in the east and the mouth of the Severn in the west.
They postulated that extremely low frequency ( ELF ) propagation might be involved, since Faraday cage screening is less effective in the ELF range.
They cost less, they offered a vast range of new colors, and they imparted better properties to the dyed materials.
They have relatively thin, fragile heads and a very different tone to a tom, but are used by some drummers to extend the tom range upwards.
They are easily produced on the euphonium as compared to other brass instruments, and the extent of the range depends on the make of the instrument in exactly the same way as just described.
They noted, however, that their data included a wide range of products, and the degree of competition in each market varied significantly, and offer that further research on this issue should be conducted to determine whether these findings remain the same when purchasing the same product for both small and high volumes.
They typically have strong, stubby beaks, which in some species can be quite large ; however, Hawaiian honeycreepers are famous for the wide range of bill shapes and sizes brought about by adaptive radiation.
They are primarily granivorous, but euphoniines include considerable amounts of arthropods and berries in their diet, and Hawaiian honeycreepers evolved to utilize a wide range of food sources, including nectar.
They expanded the range of geometry to many new kinds of figures, curves, surfaces, and solids ; they changed its methodology from trial-and-error to logical deduction ; they recognized that geometry studies " eternal forms ", or abstractions, of which physical objects are only approximations ; and they developed the idea of the " axiomatic method ", still in use today.
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They went up against an SS unit of comparable size, over a little rise of ground, over an open field.
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.
They have 10 – 32 trunk segments, decreasing in size from front to back, and each bears a pair of legs which also carry gills.
They grow to a size of only 13 to 28 cm, with a tail that is very long, sometimes up to one and a half times as long as the body.
They are generally small monkeys, ranging in size up to that of the Brown Capuchin, with a body length of 33 to 56 cm, and a weight of 2. 5 to 3. 9 kilograms.
They vary in size from the fennec fox at long, to the gray wolf, which may be up to long, and can weigh up to.
They vary in size from small stone markers to entire artificial hills, and in complexity from loose, conical rock piles to delicately balanced sculptures and elaborate feats of megalithic engineering.
They have been measured in detail, and match what would be expected if small thermal variations, generated by quantum fluctuations of matter in a very tiny space, had expanded to the size of the observable universe we see today.
They believe that the observed pyramid slope may be based on a simple seked slope choice alone, with no regard to the overall size and proportions of the finished building.
They are the size of American paper currency in Hollerith's time, a choice he made because there was already equipment available to handle bills.
They increase in size as they circulate through the bloodstream and incorporate more cholesterol and phospholipid molecules from cells and other lipoproteins, for example by the interaction with the ABCG1 transporter and the phospholipid transport protein ( PLTP ).
They usually are much larger than ordinary bricks and so are much faster to lay for a wall of a given size.
They range in size from Madame Berthe's mouse lemur, which weighs only, to the eastern lowland gorilla, weighing over.
They are typically small to medium in size, although a few species can reach lengths of greater than.
They have small lungs in relation to body size ; for this reason, bronchitis or pneumonia can kill a pig quickly.
They specify the safety equipment needed, the emergency procedures to be used appropriate to the boat's size and its sailing range, and requirements for passage planning with regard to weather and safety.
They are characterized by their large size compared to globular clusters and a ringlike distribution around the centers of their host galaxies.
They range size from 0. 05mm to 1. 2mm with 0. 5mm being the average size for the crests and 0. 3 being the average size on the dune flanks.