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1. We must propagate the message.
2. You can use your greenhouse to propagate plants.
3. Then what about those who propagate more than one.
4. For while we could not propagate, we could still enact passion.
5. I didn’t know either that different kinds can’t mutually propagate.
6. The only time a wife and a husband met: was to propagate to have children.
7. All those who propagate the holy Rosary shall be aided by me in their necessities.
8. Its real purpose is to propagate the Roman Catholic faith among the colored people.
9. To propagate the plant, use small pieces of bent wire or hairpin to secure the plantlets.
10. Those who believe in the simple truths I have laid down can propagate them only by living them.
11. The blame should rather be appor-tioned among those who propagate delusions in the name of dharm.
12. They reproduce and propagate from one another and nobody is distinguished from another concerning this side.
13. The worst enemy to the peace of the two countries could not desire a more effectual means to propagate eternal enmity.
14. In general, the orchards of that dioecious plant, which means that it needs a male and female plant to propagate.
15. Repeaters and hubs are designed to propagate all the network traffic they receive to all of the connected cable segments.
16. Ethernet hubs also supply repeating functionality by amplifying the incoming signals as they propagate them to the other ports.
17. What gets the bubble to propagate? Shiller calls feedback patterns natural Ponzi schemes that are the essence of a bubble.
18. Once there are enough nourishing substances in the water, you will be able to propagate the seeds and then wait for them to grow.
19. Ignore their mathematics because it only shows their incompetence to understand physics or Newton and see the fraud they propagate.
20. The media in the United States exists under the protections of the First Amendment to propagate speech unfettered by government control.
21. The entangled photons should be reaching the target very soon, then we will have another five minutes for any effect to propagate back here.
22. So, with this lie which has been fabricated against a venerable companion, those who propagate it countermand the words of the messenger (cpth).
23. The relay node simply propagates this transaction to other relay nodes, allowing the transaction to quickly propagate everywhere and to everyone.
24. So, what is wrong with those who believe this superstition of ‘one step’ and believe the charlatans who propagate it?! Are they brainless?!.
25. Up rivers they don't remember, up streams, jumping waterfalls, but finally making it to where they propagate and die, and the whole thing starts again.
26. Just the same, though all religions propagate the word that God created the world, nevertheless their scriptures differ about the way He went about it.
27. Because, the simplest processes with the least causation or input variability are more likely to propagate independently than processes of increasing.
28. Singh countered that this being a joint medical and communal effort would best propagate the message that sterner efforts must be implemented to curtail obesity.
29. The radar waves were able to propagate through the hull of the battleship and soon gave Tom an approximate map of the inside of the aft portion of the enemy ship.
30. If information remains in server caches too long, the changes that administrators make to the data in their DNS servers take too long to propagate around the Internet.
31. That actually took place in the middle of the last century, when the atheistical communistic ideas set to sneak into these societies and propagate such poisonous thoughts.
32. Those few in the beginning who were able to become aware of the possibility of a presence beyond their ability to sense it directly many times survived to propagate another generation.
33. If we assume he was converted to energy and beamed from the nearest star to us that energy would propagate through space at the speed of light and would take over forty years to arrive here.
34. Waves, flakses and doollses that propagate in Space-Time are always carriers of Energy-Information of a definite type, which simply cannot be in the state of rest — resting waves don’t exist.
35. While this analogy is not absolute, it is not without merit since the Saudis propagate an ecclesiastical influence beyond their kingdom by sponsoring mosques and religious schools around the globe.
36. The contents of the book seemed to me so entirely pagan, so wholly out of accord with Christianity, that I could not believe it to be the deliberate purpose of the Church to propagate such a doctrine.
37. Why does it happen? As we know, any force interrelations between Collective Intelligences of different types have the property of slloogrentness (holographousness) and propagate themselves into infinity.
38. Particles with mass propagate at a speed which is lower than light speed and cannot become equal to it, because at relativistic velocities their mass increases up to infinity when approaching light speed.
39. There was a rushing sound for a moment as he felt the air rush past his skin, tugging at him as it did so, then a total silence descended as there was no longer any atmosphere for sound to propagate within.
40. So that he was disconcerted by my innuendo, and shortly after left the shop, I trow, with small inclination to propagate any sedition against me, for the abbreviation I had made of the Michaelmas galravitching.
41. On the other hand, the lush vegetation reminds us that the Hero's vitality is the force of life itself, striving to preserve and propagate itself and its kind, for Mars also fortifies and protects domesticated plants and animals.
42. Shadows can be born of memory, light the means of confidence, destruction the fruits of consequence, and nature, once given the greatest of meanings, can impose upon the world flora and fauna that can propagate the world one time over.
43. Their love for man, their zeal for God's service,—these holy impulses may or may not coexist in their hearts with the evil inmates to which their guilt has unbarred the door, and which must needs propagate a hellish breed within them.
44. I allude to the neuters or sterile females in insect communities: for these neuters often differ widely in instinct and in structure from both the males and fertile females, and yet, from being sterile, they cannot propagate their kind.
45. When the authorized teachers of religion propagate through the great body of the people, doctrines subversive of the authority of the sovereign, it is by violence only, or by the force of a standing army, that he can maintain his authority.
46. Several eminent breeders, during a single lifetime, have so largely modified some of the higher animals, which propagate their kind much more slowly than most of the lower animals, that they have formed what well deserves to be called a new sub-breed.
47. Christ was all these things, but the authors of the early gospels (as opposed to the much later Gnostic gospels), could have been inane enough to spin any story they wished about Christ to propagate their own particular agendas and personal interests.
48. And aren’t we lying to the children when we propagate the illusion that their parents care for them? By giving them a gift with the parent’s name on it, aren’t we in effect saying, Well Susie, daddy might be an ax-murder, but he’s still a swell guy.
49. What would she do inside in a whole day? Comb her gray hair in front of the big mirror? Propagate all the plants? What if she gets tired and wants to take a rest? Would she sit or lie on the ground and fall asleep? These questions helped us stick on the first assumption.
50. For the most part that is okay provided their resources are used to actually propagate speech rather than erect artificial barriers hindering alternative forms of media as embodied by the decision requiring audio websites to pay fees not extracted from traditional radio stations.
51. With animals and plants that propagate rapidly and do not wander much, there is reason to suspect, as we have formerly seen, that their varieties are generally at first local; and that such local varieties do not spread widely and supplant their parent-form until they have been modified and perfected in some considerable degree.
52. They affirm that the amelioration of human life is effected not by the efforts of individual men, to recognize and propagate the truth, but by the gradual modification of the general conditions of life, and that therefore the efforts of individuals should be directed to the gradual modification of external conditions for the better.
53. Secondly, parapsychology, including astrology, future and fortune telling can encourage and propagate the belief that all experiences are predestined (predestination) and/ or predicated on arbitrary fate, such as being accidentally or willfully hit by a truck, which may or may not have been under the control of the person injured and the driver of the truck.
54. With respect to organic beings extremely low in the scale, which do not propagate sexually, nor conjugate, and which cannot possibly intercross, uniformity of character can be retained by them under the same conditions of life, only through the principle of inheritance, and through natural selection which will destroy any individuals departing from the proper type.
55. European culture is going to be killed, country after country, due to the fact that the leaders hide their collective head in the sand and tax their people to death in order to provide social services for an invading army of which they are terrified, and of course do not bear children enough to propagate themselves, let alone catch up with their Moslem additions to their populations.
56. I used the term “spherical” (that is, limited by a sphere) to form a qualitatively new Conception of “spheroidicity” — any type of creative wave Configuration dynamics of Forms of Collective Intelligences; the dynamics propagate duvuyllerrtly, uniformly and simultaneously in the entire multidimensionality of infinite Directions of interquality force interrelations typical of this Universe.
57. But the uncompromising Evangelical did not even now hold that he would have been justified in giving his son, an unbeliever, the same academic advantages that he had given to the two others, when it was possible, if not probable, that those very advantages might have been used to decry the doctrines which he had made it his life's mission and desire to propagate, and the mission of his ordained sons likewise.
58. It is because slloogrent VVU-Configurations of the Formo-Creators of the brain — simultaneously and in a single moment — propagate into all biological realizational Forms used by You, including the ones, through which other biological analogs of the NUU-VVU-Formo-Types of your LLUU-VVU-Form also manifest simultaneously with you in their “now”, irrespective of the Time Flows where they perceive themselves “now”.
59. And, moreover, Madame Lefrancois, one must know botany, be able to distinguish between plants, you understand, which are the wholesome and those that are deleterious, which are unproductive and which nutritive, if it is well to pull them up here and re-sow them there, to propagate some, destroy others; in brief, one must keep pace with science by means of pamphlets and public papers, be always on the alert to find out improvements.
60. But science has never once thought of what axe or what hatchet is the most profitable to chop with, what saw is the most handy, what is the best way to mix bread, from what flour, how to set it, how to build and heat an oven, what food and drink, and what utensils, are the most convenient and advantageous under certain conditions, what mushrooms may be eaten, how to propagate them, and how to prepare them in the most suitable manner.
61. For example, excitations of such field structures of RRGLUU-VVU as flakses, which, being creatively activated on their typical Levels of the 4th-5th dimensions of Space-Time, not only propagate within their own (flaks) space-time structures (iskon Fields-Consciousnesses) but also spheroidally penetrate into other Levels of dimensions and retransform in borderline resopasons into elementary particles typical of each of these Levels, — in 3.
62. Even with animals which unite for each birth, and which do not propagate rapidly, we must not assume that free intercrossing would always eliminate the effects of natural selection; for I can bring forward a considerable body of facts showing that within the same area two varieties of the same animal may long remain distinct, from haunting different stations, from breeding at slightly different seasons, or from the individuals of each variety preferring to pair together.
63. And what about the ‘FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation’ that the constitution provides for! What of the individual dignity of those Hindus who fall prey for the inducements, known to be offered by the Church, for them to embrace the Son of an alien God! Thus, is not the creed of the Church to propagate its faith that causes the poor of the land to lose their dignity is at odds with our constitutional spirit itself?
64. Bates concludes that the Leptalis first varies; and when a variety happens to resemble in some degree any common butterfly inhabiting the same district, this variety, from its resemblance to a flourishing and little persecuted kind, has a better chance of escaping destruction from predaceous birds and insects, and is consequently oftener preserved; the less perfect degrees of resemblance being generation after generation eliminated, and only the others left to propagate their kind.
65. Now I see that the face of our dear Uksstukkullur has an expression of obvious perplexity and I imagine how arrogantly and haughtily all physicists will object my statement saying that even schoolchildren know that sound and color have different nature: sound is longitudinal oscillations of dense-material medium, which propagate in the form of sequences of as if moving bunches of this medium (as waves at sea), and color, that is, electromagnetic radiation, is the propagation of an electromagnetic Field.
66. Then the sacred act of sex: meant only for reproduction; meant only for the best of each species to propagate and in doing so improve the health and strength of the species as a whole; which is supposed to happen only at the pinnacle of virility and maturity by the best of the species, at the best time, for the best reasons… when this biological-genetic law is violated and dirtied: everything as far as gratification and intensity of experience is concerned: everything after the act of sex is down: is an anticlimax; is worse and less.
67. Next we are invited to believe that when the earth was sufficiently cooled and solidified, the forces of nature—specially light, heat, electricity, or the force which is convertible into all of them—acting upon certain materials having a tendency to receive a change, made them alive so that the protoplasm became a cell, and the cell grew into a moving substance, that received increase, and forthwith began to propagate its likeness;—that these earliest growths passed from plants into plant animals;—that the animals began to feel and to act, and finally to see, to hear, to think, and to advance into higher forms;—until at last was produced the complex animal creation which we behold around us, out of which finally sprang Mankind, and free-thought in Europe.
1. It is a method of rooting and propagating plants.
2. Propagating the unquestioned value systems of schools is one way.
3. But what people forget is that he was insistent at propagating fear.
4. You have a terrific page about all the tricks you have developed for propagating them.
5. David Brainerd was propagating missions among the Indians with success in various places.
6. Those priests became early examples of experts with a biased interest in propagating their own position.
7. For the propagating of the gospel in foreign parts, and the enlargement of the church by the bringing in of many to it.
8. By using packet filtering, the bridge reduces the amount of excess traffic on the network by not propagating packets needlessly.
9. I certainly cannot think of a better state propagating a message stating that we are serious about containing the obesity epidemic.
10. Indirect deaths as the result of his drug and prostitution rings and his role in propagating Latin American rebels are in the thousands.
11. Frost formed across the walls of the apartment, propagating loudly with thunderous cracks, yet the centre of the room felt like a furnace.
12. India is one country where the population is 100 crore , 80% are uneducated adults People are still propagating practices which are inhman.
13. Examples are Bonsai tools, pruners, extended reach tools, propagating pots, rakes, knives, hoses, shears and snips, power tools and other tools.
14. Socialist Tactics Infiltration of the institutions of public education has been a highly successful activity for propagating the false message of Socialism.
15. But Li Hongzhi is openly against the showing of filial piety and respect to parents, announcing that it's wrong to seek medical care for relatives , propagating that to respect parents is.
16. Hence, one cannot possibly appreciate the mind of a Musalman without understanding the psyche of Muhammad, shaped by the trials and tribulations he encountered in propagating the faith he had founded.
17. The bartender said, Well, it can’t relate to our propagating them by planting beds of flowers for their beauty because in the wild, where people have never before gone, great fields of beautiful wild flowers exist.
18. As soon as they discover different-qualitative force interactions, they will immediately need to introduce principles of mutual arrangement of all propagating flows of wave emissions, that is, concerning the way of their mutual polarization.
19. The Mohammedans, though they appeared at first as conquerors, became at length Africans by their permanent residence on the soil, and they went forth afterwards in propagating their faith, not as warriors, but as fellow-citizens and brothers.
20. Where, after all, will this race of supposed superior beings be, down the road, if its most important propagating part falls apart? Dolly, the unisexually-cloned sheep, proved that sperm’s not needed to replicate our kind (but you do need a womb!.
21. Often though, Christian organizations and ministries are the ones at the forefront of propagating the expectation in the mind of their respective supporters that sincere believers are --- in the words of the Washington Post --- to be uneducated and easy to command.
22. The change in these conditions may be accomplished by serving the government and introducing liberal and progressive principles, by contributing to the development of commerce, by propagating socialistic principles, but, above all, by promoting the diffusion of science.
23. From whatever cause, of which the history is concealed, the kosmokra>topev, or world-rulers of this globe have revolted from God, and have succeeded in propagating their revolt to its human inhabitants, with the result of bringing them decisively under the law of death which has reigned during all past ages.
24. Even if these take place only at long intervals of time, the young thus produced will gain so much in vigour and fertility over the offspring from long-continued self-fertilisation, that they will have a better chance of surviving and propagating their kind; and thus in the long run the influence of crosses, even at rare intervals, will be great.
25. As in most groups of animals, important organs, such as those for propelling the blood, or for aerating it, or those for propagating the race, are found nearly uniform, they are considered as highly serviceable in classification; but in some groups all these, the most important vital organs, are found to offer characters of quite subordinate value.
26. If a discrete wave moves in a circle, for example, in phase, then its Energy (mass) represents rest mass, because a closed wave may be at rest, that is, not propagating in Space-Time formed in definite frequency ranges, — it can manifest its energy-information activity in them in the form of the dynamics either of “quicker” flakses or “slower” doollses.
27. These things are trivial; for it is a matter of vital importance, instead of challenging the prevailing customs of the day, to conform to them, though they be contrary to one's convictions, satisfied meanwhile to try and liberalize the existing institutions, by encouraging commerce, propagating socialistic doctrines, and generally promoting soi-disant science and civilization.
28. The belief in the essential identity of the process of alternate generation and of ordinary metamorphosis has been greatly strengthened by Wagner's discovery of the larva or maggot of a fly, namely the Cecidomyia, producing asexually other larvae, and these others, which finally are developed into mature males and females, propagating their kind in the ordinary manner by eggs.
29. Is it not that we are propagating both abroad and at home a Christianity which is half paralyzed in its two chief forces of hope and fear through the perversions of an unbiblical theology? We fail in thoroughly presenting God's love to the nations,—a love strong enough to melt even Chinese arrogance, and to develop the belief of a real and personal God among Chinese Buddhists,—because we have encumbered, Christianity with a doctrine of hell, so unjust, so indiscriminate, so hardening in its frightful propositions, that men’s consciences refuse to receive it.
30. No scholar can doubt that the Greek language received in the hands of the Jews a certain Hebraic education, so to speak, during the three hundred years before Christ, which fitted it more completely for its highest use as the instrument for propagating Christianity; but it may be safely maintained that no part of that education of the language was directed to the overthrow and reversal of the signification of its most familiar words; or to the establishment of rare, idiomatic, and secondary senses, as the primary, leading, and established senses of the chief terms to be employed in offering the revelation of the gospel to mankind, and in making known the penalty for rejecting it.
1. How it propagated its species.
2. And since sound is still propagated through.
3. It propagated all the way around until it met its starting point.
4. For a very long time we have propagated an environment of separation.
5. Shri Maharaj propagated the path of devotion and Love on the largest.
6. Max and Carla were amazed at the speed the wave propagated across the ocean.
7. That unilateral point of view is reinforced and propagated daily by the media.
8. All evidence points to subliminal learning being a hoax first propagated by a.
9. Science has propagated the idea that the Universe is a random series of events.
10. The overall negative effects propagated dark times; society’s mood was bleak.
11. The base of the beam-pillar widened, and the light propagated through the ground.
12. In fact, it is only an external worship in the form of idolatry that is propagated.
13. Later, in the 18th century Maupertuis propagated the theory of biparental inheritance.
14. Breeding / Mating / Reproduction : Not sure if this species has been propagated in captivity.
15. Who could have predicted that the ‘relativism’ of morals and history now propagated by.
16. Thatch is actually the above-soil runner accumulation, which is propagated by the lawn’s grass.
17. It’s clear that even these documents suffer from some of the errors propagated about Jesus and the.
18. Erroneous information first propagated such an opinion, and blind credulity has extended it down to us.
19. Traffic arriving at either hub is then propagated to the other hub as well as to the connected computers.
20. Notwithstanding all these facts available to science it still is propagated that mass forms the allocated.
21. To prevent the breed of our sheep from being propagated in foreign countries, seems to have been the object of this law.
22. Instead of treating our unique traits as a disease or unfavorable mutation, they were revered, preserved, and propagated.
23. Their point of view is propagated through our federalized school system in teaching distorted history and maligning the.
24. Try to understand that ODS is not at all one Continuum but duvuyllerrtly propagated Continuums structured by various Time Flows.
25. They were propagated with all that enthusiastic zeal which commonly animates the spirit of party, when it attacks established authority.
26. When the assault, propagated by lower mind, does not affect our consciousness then mind becomes confused and starts loosing its grip and force.
27. The system generated a series of MAC Duplication Address Test frames like those in step 1, except that these were propagated over the entire network.
28. The hubs used on Ethernet networks propagated received signals through any of their ports out through all of the other ports in the device simultaneously.
29. It is not that only Charvak1 has propagated such a view; it will be there so long as the human psyche is subject to the rise and ebb of divine and devilish instincts.
30. Yet, preposterous and ridiculous as the insinuation is, it is propagated with so much industry, that there are persons found foolish and credulous enough to believe it.
31. Every time I concluded my answers, the clamor of the room propagated with major intensity under the screams of magicians and enchantresses who were condemning my speech.
32. Because DNS servers retain resource records in their caches, it can take hours or even days for changes made in an authoritative server to be propagated around the Internet.
33. She probably owed that offer to her highly publicized shootout with the Taliban in Bala Buluk, captured live by a BBC news crew and then propagated on YouTube around the World.
34. But she had been pulled into this universe at the instant the tangler beam reached the dark body, not five minutes later when the effect had propagated back to Gordon’s Lamp.
35. The Japanese propagated that they were merely adopting the same policy as the Americans had in the previous century with their Monroe Doctrine (America for the Americans).
36. In the BZ experiment an acid was mixed with bromine producing fascinating geometric patterns such as concentric circles and Archimedean spirals that propagated across the medium.
37. This universal deception is propagated by all catechisms or their substitutes, those books which at the present time teachers are compelled to use in the instruction of the young.
38. These latter, by which alone the variety can be propagated, may be compared with the fertile male and female ants, and the double sterile plants with the neuters of the same community.
39. That it was the spirit of monopoly which originally both invented and propagated this doctrine, cannot be doubted and they who first taught it, were by no means such fools as they who believed it.
40. Apostle Bartholomew (Apostle Nathaniel of the Gospel for India) Preached in several countries and having translated the Gospel of Matthew into the language of India he propagated it in that country.
41. The vivas of those nearest to the orator bursting out suddenly propagated themselves irregularly to the confines of the crowd, like flames running over dry grass, and expired in the opening of the streets.
42. Because a switched network forms a single broadcast domain, broadcast messages are propagated throughout the whole network, and every system must process them, which can waste enormous amounts of bandwidth.
43. If a network interface adapter should malfunction and transmit a packet less than 64 bytes long (called a runt), the last bit could leave the sender before the packet has fully propagated around the Internet.
44. With the constitution of freedom of speech exudes personal opinions that are not only propagated by personal agendas, personal motivations and personal ignorance, but also propagated by personal pride and arrogance.
45. If an administrator changes the value of a specific attribute on Server B before a change made to the same attribute on Server A is fully propagated to all of the replicas, then a collision is said to have occurred.
46. When our consciousness is alert and well trenched to safeguard its integrity, it starts ignoring the urges propagated by ego-mind and takes no action upon them, it simply ‘lets go’ all the traps thrown by ego-mind.
47. But if we conceive an accumulation of heat to accompany that of electricity throughout the series, and to be propagated from one end to the other, the explanation of the phenomenon in question is attended by no difficulty.
48. Given that the concept of Vishnu’s Avatars, propagated by the puranas, came to be a feature of the Hindu belief well before the advent of The Buddha, one might agree that the theory of evolution was not all that modern after all.
49. Among all the absurd speculations that have been propagated concerning the balance of trade, it has never been pretended that either the country loses by its commerce with the town, or the town by that with the country which maintains it.
50. As I look at it, at this moment, it may be safe to say that what I may have planted has already propagated many other healthy seedlings that guarantee enough surviving so that there may be many more successful harvests in the years ahead.
51. When mongrels and the more fertile hybrids are propagated for several generations, an extreme amount of variability in the offspring in both cases is notorious; but some few instances of both hybrids and mongrels long retaining a uniform character could be given.
52. Atwater, after describing the prairies and barrens, says, that according to the common opinion, they "were occasioned entirely by the burning of the woods," but, "erroneous information first propagated such an opinion, and blind credulity has extended it down to us.
53. In a word, when Socialism’s worth is propagated through aspersions of individuals and Capitalism, as socialists do by maligning and trying to discredit the system of Capitalism, then Socialism’s weaknesses are masked and are harder to detect, but the results are still negative.
54. Who could have predicted that the ‘relativism’ of morals and rewritten history now propagated by ‘liberals’ and their influence in our schools could have such far-reaching and negative effects upon the policymaking of those now in big government or upon the perception of so many citizens?
55. Such faith may be placed in the power of selection that a breed of cattle, always yielding oxen with extraordinarily long horns, could, it is probable, be formed by carefully watching which individual bulls and cows, when matched, produced oxen with the longest horns; and yet no one ox would ever have propagated its kind.
56. Even if they were to leave Europe and inhabit the deserts of the new world, yet one of the first results of those sympathies for which the daemon thirsted would be children, and a race of devils would be propagated upon the earth who might make the very existence of the species of man a condition precarious and full of terror.
57. That message was now being played every hour on the news channels in the Jovian System and had now reached Earth, starting numerous intense debates between various ‘experts’ and ‘analysts’ but also doing a lot to disprove a number of alarmist warnings about the aliens that had been propagated by a number of xenophobic loud mouths.
58. Therefore, I can see no difficulty, more especially under changing conditions of life, in the continued preservation of individuals with fuller and fuller flank-membranes, each modification being useful, each being propagated, until, by the accumulated effects of this process of natural selection, a perfect so-called flying squirrel was produced.
59. But should the sovereign attempt irregularly, and by violence, to deprive any number of clergymen of their freeholds, on account, perhaps, of their having propagated, with more than ordinary zeal, some factious or seditious doctrine, he would only render, by such persecution, both them and their doctrine ten times more popular, and therefore ten times more troublesome and dangerous, than they had been before.
60. The case of the Jerusalem artichoke, which is never propagated in England by seed, and of which, consequently, new varieties have not been produced, has even been advanced, as proving that acclimatisation cannot be effected, for it is now as tender as ever it was! The case, also, of the kidney-bean has been often cited for a similar purpose, and with much greater weight; but until some one will sow, during a score of generations, his kidney-beans so early that a very large proportion are destroyed by frost, and then collect seed from the few survivors, with care to prevent accidental crosses, and then again get seed from these seedlings, with the same precautions, the experiment cannot be said to have been even tried.
61. How to Frag Frogspawn : Most of the frogspawns nowadays are hopefully captively propagated,.
1. It propagates from cuttings or slips.
2. As this authority figure, he propagates.
3. On the one hand, Li Hongzhi propagates that Dafa disciples shall cul-.
4. Be generous, spread happiness and see how it propagates in your neighborhood.
5. A basic repeating hub is essentially an electrical device that propagates incoming packets to all available ports without discrimination.
6. That which I say, do or think in my own (and in your) now propagates in hundreds of thousands of variants of very similar situations.
7. The relay node simply propagates this transaction to other relay nodes, allowing the transaction to quickly propagate everywhere and to everyone.
8. To the priest and nuns that propagates the devotion of adoration, I will grant many special graces, the complete recognition of their sins and the grace to amend them.
9. The hub propagates the signals entering through any one of its ports out through all of the other ports so that the signals transmitted by each computer reach all the other computers.
10. In this way a man gathers a domain in his neighbors' hope and fear as well as gratitude; and power, when once it has got into that subtle region, propagates itself, spreading out of all proportion to its external means.
11. As for the one who propagates the scripture,.

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