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    1. Channeling through Marjie, Tanner sent us on journeys to widely separated locations in search of his teaching stones

    2. There are well-confirmed quantum-mechanical effects that have a non-local character — widely separated parts of a quantum system behave as though they are, connected in a mysterious way (as discussed in the Alain Aspect experiment, above)

    3. composed of “extremely small and widely separated

    4. and widely separated’ atoms and had a density of 176 5 times lighter than air

    5. The description that the atoms were widely separated means that the particle

    6. widely separated states, and so ‘be in two places at once’! The formalism of

    7. In the times of Jesus there were only two great world powers -- the Roman Empire in the West and the Han Empire in the East -- and these were widely separated by the Parthian kingdom and other intervening lands of the Caspian and Turkestan regions

    8. That barrack had been set apart from the other Afghan barracks, on the edge of the square occupied by the international staff, to keep the women as widely separated from the Afghan men as possible

    9. I want those two EC-142s to stay widely separated and to cover as much of the length of the armistice line as possible

    10. I can now see on my radar two widely separated pairs of fast moving aircraft, with one pair on each of our flanks

    11. After over four hours of ferocious combat, a total of only about sixty Chinese soldiers were left, cornered in three widely separated pockets near sea level and the beaches, where they found themselves under constant machine gun fire coming from the promontory above them and also suffered from Japanese mortar fire

    12. Those rockets, fired against four widely separated spots of the ammunition dump, immediately initiated a chain reaction of powerful explosions that projected live shells and burning artillery rockets all over the area, some even falling on the nearby village of Ping-Siang

    13. is that they are very similar in widely separated remote parts of the planet, including such regions as aboriginal Australia, native North and South

    14. The attack up the Northern Adriatic, if made alone with all forces available, would have been acceptable in her eyes, but dividing the Allied forces in two axis as widely separated as those was for her a losing proposition

    15. Greta Holtz next did the same on her own console, which was widely separated from Koslov’s console

    16. Why? Because ancient rulers and their families once lived in widely separated estates and dukedoms and lands, in isolated walled huge castles

    17. ) Thanks in no small part to the ICN, the squadrons built in those widely separated yards had never managed to combine into a single unified force, and the systematic elimination of all shipbuilding capacity in the Gulf of Jahras had disposed of everything north of Malyktyn and Geyra

    18. Their only resemblance lies in this practice of the Ladies of the Holy Sacrament and the Bernardines of Martin Verga, just as there existed a similarity in the study and the glorification of all the mysteries relating to the infancy, the life, and death of Jesus Christ and the Virgin, between the two orders, which were, nevertheless, widely separated, and on occasion even hostile

    19. And it is in fresh water basins that we find seven genera of Ganoid fishes, remnants of a once preponderant order: and in fresh water we find some of the most anomalous forms now known in the world, as the Ornithorhynchus and Lepidosiren, which, like fossils, connect to a certain extent orders at present widely separated in the natural scale

    20. If this had occurred, we should meet with the same form, independently of genetic connection, recurring in widely separated geological formations; and the balance of evidence is opposed to any such an admission

    21. As in many widely separated families of plants, single species and single genera possess the power of revolving, and have thus become twiners, they must have independently acquired it, and cannot have inherited it from a common progenitor

    22. Soon afterwards Fritz Muller discovered that the young stems of an Alisma and of a Linum—plants which do not climb and are widely separated in the natural system—revolved plainly, though irregularly, and he states that he has reason to suspect that this occurs with some other plants

    23. If we look to rather wider intervals of time, namely, to distinct but consecutive stages of the same great formation, we find that the embedded fossils, though universally ranked as specifically different, yet are far more closely related to each other than are the species found in more widely separated formations; so that here again we have undoubted evidence of change in the direction required by the theory; but to this latter subject I shall return in the following chapter

    24. It is a common belief that the more ancient a form is, by so much the more it tends to connect by some of its characters groups now widely separated from each other

    25. Hooker on widely separated mountains in this island tell the same story of a former cold period

    26. We must, also, bear in mind the occurrence in both hemispheres of former Glacial periods; for these will account, in accordance with the same principles, for the many quite distinct species inhabiting the same widely separated areas, and belonging to genera not now found in the intermediate torrid zones

    27. I am far from supposing that all the difficulties in regard to the distribution and affinities of the identical and allied species, which now live so widely separated in the north and south, and sometimes on the intermediate mountain ranges, are removed on the views above given

    28. We clearly see this in the fossil remains from consecutive formations invariably being much more closely related to each other than are the fossils from widely separated formations

    29. Because, as has been elsewhere noticed, those whales, influenced by some views to safety, now swim the seas in immense caravans, so that to a large degree the scattered solitaries, yokes, and pods, and schools of other days are now aggregated into vast but widely separated, unfrequent armies

    30. Here I have found inscriptions of the early sort mingled with those of the XI dynasty in such a way as to show that they cannot have been widely separated in age

    31. , the absence of local sorts of letters in which the edicts of Asoka were written in places widely separated, for this may be explained by a desire to imitate as closely as possible the character of the original edict

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