FACTOID # 21: 15% of Army recruits from South Dakota are Native American, which is roughly the same percentage for female Army recruits in the state.
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Chapter 32 THE MARSUPIALS AND MAMMALS 991 (7783 words)
BEAR-The polar bear has special coarse pads of fur on its feet to keep them from freezing as it walks on the ice.
But when it is time to bear young, several herds will unite for greater protection, with about 60 animals in each herd.
The polar bear has a head shaped in such a way that its eyes, ears, and nose remain above water as it swims.
The Nature Institute - What Are Qualities? (14249 words)
No less than the statue's arm does this sculpted organ of flesh and bone and blood bear an expressive freight, whether it is the arm of a flsmith or scribe, queen or scrubwoman, infant or octagenarian.
There is a polar tension between the interpenetration of qualities and the logical structure we can discover in them.
All that is necessary in order to retain your one-sidedness is to ignore the progressive loss of content as you pursue the analytic process further and further toward the endpoint of absolute precision about nothing at all (or else to ignore your continual importation of "illicit" and unacknowledged qualities into your scientific descriptions of things).
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