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Frasi con incubation (in inglese)

  1. THE INCUBATION OF PRISONS.
  2. In comparison, the incubation pe-.
  3. Every seed has an incubation period.
  4. Center’s incubation program with a goal of.
  5. Incubation starts during the month of May and beginning of June.

  6. Never in our history was there such an incubation of new business ventures.
  7. Because of the flora in certain water systems, incubation at lower temperatures (e.
  8. The incubation of insurrections gives the retort to the premeditation of coups d'etat.
  9. The extended incubation periods that are usually required by some of the alternative methods.
  10. Once each year my mother visited it for the five long years it lay there in the process of incubation.
  11. The seed of God is already within us but we do not develop it into divinity because we are not ready for incubation.
  12. It becomes a time of rest and a time for restoration, regeneration, rejuvenation, and a period of creative incubation.
  13. You don’t have to eat, you only feel extreme heat and cold, each of you seems to be mentally connected with your incubation mate.
  14. All the stuff that is required by chick to become a chick is already present inside the egg, what is needed further is the incubation alone.
  15. The first egg hatches after eighteen days of incubation, whereas the fifth egg may hatch ten days later, assuming the eggs are laid at two-day intervals.

  16. After sixteen to seventeen days of incubation, the embryo in the egg is fully developed and begins to move about in the egg, placing his beak into the air pocket at one end of the egg.
  17. He explained that the eggs had just been placed there; but, like all green Martian eggs, they would grow during the five-year period of incubation until they obtained the size of those I had seen hatching on the day of my arrival on Barsoom.
  18. He believes that it is necessary for everybody to have a sacred place, a place where one can go and not be aware of what is in the newspapers or what commercial interests are screaming for our attention, a place of solitude, a place of creative incubation.
  19. Louis Philippe was rather too much of a paternal king; that incubation of a family with the object of founding a dynasty is afraid of everything and does not like to be disturbed; hence excessive timidity, which is displeasing to the people, who have the 14th of July in their civil and Austerlitz in their military tradition.
  20. Although White, Weld did not actually execute a written agreement with Corporation or with any of the proposed members of the underwriting group until just before the registration statement became effective on November 27, 1968, it was busy putting together an underwriting group during the incubation period in which the SEC was reviewing and commenting on Corporation’s filing.
  21. Will saw clearly enough the pitiable instances of long incubation producing no chick, and but for gratitude would have laughed at Casaubon, whose plodding application, rows of note-books, and small taper of learned theory exploring the tossed ruins of the world, seemed to enforce a moral entirely encouraging to Will's generous reliance on the intentions of the universe with regard to himself.
  22. Now, if it had been of an advantage to this species to have laid eggs even smaller than those now laid, so as to have deceived certain foster-parents, or, as is more probable, to have been hatched within a shorter period (for it is asserted that there is a relation between the size of eggs and the period of their incubation), then there is no difficulty in believing that a race or species might have been formed which would have laid smaller and smaller eggs; for these would have been more safely hatched and reared.

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