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fossil

1. n. an old-fashioned person. Some old fossil called the police about the noise.
2. n. a parent. My fossils would never agree to anything like that.
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So if you are getting ready to go on a fossil hunt, what do you need to take with you?
Researchers used their method of CT scans and 3D printers on an unidentified fossil the Berlin natural history museum, the Museum fur Naturkunde.
When Australian researchers not connected to Brown's team compared Flo's skull with skulls of several modern people and of two fossil individuals with microcephaly, they came to the same conclusion (SN: 7/15/06, p.
Longrich studied an Archaeopteryx fossil that had been found in 1877.
Many scientists also say that global warming, caused largely by burning fossil fuels, is having dire consequences on worldwide weather patterns and sea levels.
Roeder is responsible for collecting fossil bones and teeth of more than 130 extinct animals.
You stumble across an unusual fossil that will stun the world.
Nevertheless, the World Bank has doled out US$11 billion for 128 fossil fuel ventures since the 1992 Rio Earth Summit, according to the IPS report, "A Wrong Turn from Rio.
Neither the administration nor Congress made an earnest attempt to begin weaning the United States away from the burning of fossil fuel; the new Congress will lean even more toward a fossil-fuel based energy economy.
forest products is increasing by about 15 million metric tons/year--almost enough to offset the fossil C[O.
Developed by MTO and rated "E" (Everyone) by the ESRB, Fossil League (DTC) allows players to adventure across 6 historic dinosaur eras to collect and battle more than 100 different 3D dinosaurs, each with their own effects.
With one of the most celebrated graphic design teams in the world and hundreds of awards to their credit, Fossil continues to set the highest standard for creative excellence.
The well-preserved remains of Tiktaalik go a long way, but not quite the whole way, toward filling the gap in the fossil record between the earliest tetrapods and the lobe-finned fish that preceded them, says Clack.
Sitting down, Radecki recognized an outcropping with odd markings as a fossil.