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However, this seems unlikely because we conducted frequent observations at this nest-box and detected a maximum of two males.
It wasn't enough, so he had to ask his artists for concessions on fees, noting his actress sister Patricia's frequent observation that "the arts in Canada are subsidized by its artists.
The more frequent observation of teachers means more work for principals, but Sheldon High School Principal Bob Bolden said he volunteered his school to participate so that he and his teachers could better understand just how the system will work.
We have a full network of monitoring and we carry out frequent observations," the deputy head of Russian state weather forecaster Rosgidromet Valery Dyadyuchenko said.
reinforced Yarrow's frequent observation during his between-tune patter that the trio's supposedly old songs have relevance in today's world.
In addition, Robinson's interest in music yields frequent observations on the scores of the films.
The Pentagon report also repeated a frequent observation that Iran may pose the "greatest long-term threat" to Iraq.
Adult patients who are typically admitted to the CCU suffer from a variety of critical cardiac conditions, including heart failure, acute myocardial infarction, cardiomyopathy, severe dysrhythmias, cardiac arrest and cardiogenic shock requiring frequent hemodynamic monitoring, specialized diagnostic treatments, frequent observations and specialized intensive care nursing.