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When Gemini obtained this time sequence, the comet ranged between roughly 455-360 million miles (730-580 million kilometers; or 4.
He said the burglary was the first offence in the time sequence.
Red Hill Studios said the Painting with Time includes: 14 carefully crafted time sequences of nature, art, and people; a Painting Time manipulation mode; a Slicing Time manipulation mode; eight preset brushes and slicing patterns; and a "Mix and Merge" capability to combine a variety of time views within composites.
Hou's time sequences have always been challenging, and Mambo's has a confounding effect.
Still one thing bothers Sam which involves the time sequence of the death of the mother of the government's key witness Edwin Hume.
A laundry list of features associated with various infectious diseases tells only part of the story and is diagnostically unhelpful unless placed in the proper time sequence.
The author's clever pacing of the novel, through sudden shifts in thought and time sequences, keeps the story intriguing.
This can require unraveling complex time sequences of when pollutants entered the environment and untangling multiple plumes of contaminants.