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[for things] to join together as they grow and develop. Two of these trees grew together when they were much smaller. The broken ends of the bone grew together far more rapidly than Chuck had thought.
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The woodland caribou feeds on the lichen that blankets the forest floor This complex plant is composed of a fungus and an alga that grow together, relying on each ethel for survival It isn't until forests are middle aged--from 50 to 100 years old--that the trees develop the lichen species that the caribou like to feed on.
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Sensuous links between writer and the surrounding grassland were very carefully considered, with the house partly dug into the slope, so that desk and grass seem to grow together.
He said: ``There are a number of exciting developments happening in the aerospace industry here now and I hope that the companies involved will be able to use this cluster as a means to grow together,creating prosperity and opportunities right across Wales.
We are delighted she and the company have this opportunity to grow together.
But at the same time, he lures clients by saying, "We will grow together.
For a short while, about 1 million years, core and envelope grow together, with new planetesimals crashing through the gas from time to time and landing in the core.
We all want the Internet to be a vibrant place where kids meet, communicate, create and grow together, but we need them to be safe," said Kathryn C.
THE Trinity Youth and Children's Project (TYCP) provides a safe, fun and stimulating place for local children and young people to learn and grow together.
The liturgy certainly does have moments for deep contemplation, but if we are to grow together as the mystical body, we need to accept times of participation at the sacrifice of the Mass.
YOU don't need masses of space, but you will have to make sure that the herbs you grow together will have the same requirements.
Space the plants at a distance 3 or 4 feet from each other and watch them grow together.
The 18-year-old striker, who completed his pounds 27million move to United on Tuesday, said: "We've got some good young players at the club and providing we can all grow together in the team, I think we'll eventually come good again,
The more we put our own egos aside and stop vilifying people who are on "the other side" of a debate, the better our ability to love each other as we were commanded, and grow together in faith.
Our common philosophies and relationships will permit us to comfortably grow together and serve our customer base in an even more service-oriented fashion," remarked Jon Wright, GSI president and owner.