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2014-02-20 12:21:15

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2014-02-18 16:24:17

Artists from the around the world compete for $10,000 in prizes ALYS BEACH, Fla., Feb.

Kleiber's Law Helps Explain The Shape Of Evolution
2014-02-18 06:34:32

During its lifetime, the heart of a mouse beats about the same number of times as an elephant. However, the mouse only lives about a year, while the elephant might live to the age of 70.

2014-02-06 23:24:37

California Casualty is taking entries for deserving nurses and nurse practitioners for the next Give A Nurse A Break contest.

2014-02-05 16:24:39

Series kicks off Thursday, February 13, 2014 with Benedict Cumberbatch At The Standard High Line NEW YORK, Feb.

2014-02-04 16:30:02

Keeps Manufacturing in Great Britain LAS VEGAS, Feb.

2014-01-31 23:32:23

On January 28, the Brookside Elementary School PTA hosted a presentation by Katie Johnson, author of Red Flags for Primary Teachers, 27 Neurodevelopmental and Vision Issues with Activities to

2014-01-22 12:24:49

Migrated, .NET-based systems have been rolled out to over 800 BSkyB business users, ending a strategic application platform standardization project on a high note. TEL AVIV, Israel, January

2014-01-10 23:23:53

Rakuyaz.us has posted a review of the Family Survival System e-Book.


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Ocellaris Clownfish, Amphiprion ocellaris
2013-03-15 12:21:05

The ocellaris clownfish closely resembles the orange clownfish, but is hardier and less aggressive. It lives in coral reefs of the Indo-Pacific, and Indian Ocean, around Thailand, Malaysia, northwest Australia, Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan, and the Ryukyu Islands. It hides amongst the anemone using the host for protection from predators, to lure other fish into the host anemone, and to feed the host with fecal matter. The ocellaris clownfish has a membrane that will release mucus to...

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Word of the Day
pawl
  • A pivoted catch designed to fall into a notch on a ratchet wheel so as to allow movement in only one direction (e.g. on a windlass or in a clock mechanism), or alternatively to move the wheel in one direction.
The word 'pawl' probably comes from a Latin word meaning 'stake'.
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