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They try so hard to titillate our jaded audiences with unfamiliar repertory, if possible, by unfamiliar choreographers.
Mentors can help new employees unfamiliar with the area find desirable housing, acquire local maps, open new bank accounts, obtain a driver's license, and generally acquaint them with their new surroundings.
Along with Super Furry Animals Fuzzy Logic and Ectogram's I Can't Believe It's Not Reggae Bwyd Time captures an organic hybrid as initially unfamiliar but compelling as German language rock 25 years ago.
Residents in the intermediate stage of disease were less successful under the unfamiliar condition.
A new study has found that two thirds (65 per cent) of parents would use an unfamiliar site to find the must have toys of the year, with 16 per cent saying that the Lego Star Wars BB8 is the most in-demand present for children this Christmas.
Most likely because of the fear of getting caught, or the pressure to impress the unfamiliar partner, the adrenaline rush is simply too much, and this could trigger another heart attack.
FOR anyone unfamiliar with the original cult movie and stage musical, Hairspray E4, tomorrow, 2pm) is the tale of Tracy Turnblad, an overweight teenager in Sixties Baltimore who dreams of appearing on a dance show.
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- Russia's Northern Fleet kicked off tactical drills in the Arctic aimed at assessing the troops' readiness to operate on unfamiliar terrain.
Unfamiliar chimps and baboons failed to elicit yawning.
Washington, Nov 14 ( ANI ): Researchers, who tried to answer why it take longer to recognise a familiar face when seen in an unfamiliar setting, have found that part of the reason comes down to the processes that our brain performs when learning and recognising faces.
The most common initial reaction to a delay or pause, among those who answer calls from unfamiliar numbers, is to simply hang up (49%).
In May's Accident Probe, "Aiming To Please," a significant procedure was omitted in the Unfamiliar Arrivals sidebar.
This term refers to a set of behaviors that typify certain individuals--in this case the tendency of bass to explore a novel environment or attack unfamiliar prey.
Research published in Avian Biology Research shows that pigeons can reliably discriminate between familiar and unfamiliar humans, and that they use facial features to tell people apart.
The free Choose Well app can help students who are unfamiliar with the place they have come to study in.