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  • ...[[local search (Internet)|local search]], and industry-specific [[vertical search]] engines. ...words and to remove barriers to the [[web crawler|indexing activities]] of search engines.
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  • '''Aggression: Moving Against People''' Neurotic persons may employ '''aggression''', also called the '''moving against people''', or the '''expansive soluti
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  • ...f name="Helgen2005" /><ref name="Helgen2003"/> Cuaron et al. report that research conducted by many different scholars concludes that the Cozumel raccoon and Newer threats to their survival that have been researched in recent years are diseases and parasites <ref name= McFaddenWadeDuboviG
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  • ...ward humans and bites are rare, usually accidental in nature or because of aggression on the part of humans. Their often brilliant colors add to the wonder of na .... 2004a. [http://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=174353 ''Micrurus'' Wagler, 1824.] ''Taxonomic Serial No.: 174353''.
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  • ...smaller and smaller; the elderly no longer have the opportunity to roam in search of more appropriate food and will, consequently, die of starvation at an ea ... is less water available, and local herds will often come too close in the search to use these limited resources.
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  • *Daily pornographic search engine requests: 68 million (25 percent of total search engine requests) ...try webmasters being the first and most active to optimize their pages for search engine queries.
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  • ...ected males. Moreover, abnormal intrauterine exposure to androgens fosters aggression in females: Female [[mice]] that are snuggled between their brothers during The aggression associated with high levels of naturally circulating testosterone seems to
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  • ... System, [http://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=625024 ''Hippopotamus amphibius''] ''ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.: 62502 ... hippo ''Hippopotamus Amphibius'',"] ''South African Journal of Wildlife Research'' 28(1998), issue 2: 58–59. Retrieved January 30, 2011.</ref> The stomac
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  • ...iers who apparently experienced an uncontrollable, protective, instinctual aggression. ...diers serving within a combat unit does have the advantage of allowing for searches on female civilians, and in some cases the female areas of segregated [[m
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  • ... defend the territory with a combination of [[scent marking]] and physical aggression. They are [[hypercarnivore|carnivores]], and prey on a wide range of aquati ...uary to March, males leave their dens and travel considerable distances in search of a mate. Mink are promiscuous and both males and females mate with severa
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  • | long_name = Treaty of Non-aggression between Germany and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics | caption = Molotov signs the German-Soviet non-aggression pact. Behind him are Ribbentrop and Stalin.
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  • ...").<ref>Douglas Harper, [http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=police&searchmode=none Police], Online Etymology Dictionary. Retrieved November 12, 2007. ...situations requiring specialized skills, such as [[Scuba diving|underwater search]], [[aviation]], [[Bomb disposal|explosive device disposal]] ("[[bomb squad
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  • ...opposes private property.<ref>''Encyclopædia Britannica'' Online: [http://search.eb.com/eb/article-234237 "Libertarianism"]. Retrieved July 30 2007 </ref> ...hich steal property (through [[taxation]] and [[expropriation]]), initiate aggression, are a compulsory monopoly on the use of defensive and/or punitive force, u
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  • ...cognitive dissonance]], [[Bystander effect|bystander intervention]], and [[aggression]]. By the 1970s, however, social psychology in America had reached a crisis ...es to social psychology remain an important counterpart to psychological research in this area.
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  • ...comments on the status of ''Dasyatis microphthalmus,''] ''Ichthyological Research'' 53(3)(2006): 291ff. Retrieved June 2, 2008.</ref> .... 2003a. [http://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=160946 Dasyatidae Jordan, 1888.] ''ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.: 160946
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  • ...n new settlements. Those from the less prosperous Hispaniola were eager to search for new success in a new settlement. From there [[Juan Ponce de León]] con ...nean, the Barbary Coast, and Italy, 1500-1800.'' ''Ohio State University Research News''. Retrieved November 16, 2008.</ref>
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  • ...dren. In relationships, one should always seek to benefit others. Military aggression is wrong for the same reasons that theft, robbery, and murder are; it harms == The Search for Objective Standards ==
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  • Rothbard's libertarian ethic considers [[nonaggression]] to be an absolute principle prior to any foundation for personal morality ...aws of appropriation, contract, and punishment. This nonstatist code of nonaggression establishes the framework for a competitive method regarding the furnishing
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  • ...biri, and M. Hoffmann, Canid Specialist Group, [http://www.iucnredlist.org/search/details.php/3745/all "''Canis latrans'',"] ''2007 IUCN Red List of Threaten ...stable. It has been theorized that this is due to an earlier expression of aggression, and the fact that coyotes reach their full growth in their first year, unl
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  • [[Aggression|Aggressive]] behavior is common in many species. Conflicts and their resolu ...ings contradicted previous existing theories about the general function of aggression, such as creating greater space between individuals (first proposed by [[Ko
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