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“We used to get a proposal from one new venture focused on customization out of thousands a year," he says of Dace, which is currently investing in Panraven Inc., a three-year-old custom photo-scrapbooking business in Cambridge, Mass.”
“They hiked up a little hill "that definitely gets your heart racing" and visited a viewing chamber carved into the desert floor that let them get face-to-fin with an endangered fish, the Moapa Dace, Yost says.”
“They hiked up a little hill "that definitely gets your heart racing" and visited an viewing chamber carved into the desert floor that let them get face-to-fin with an endangered fish, the Moapa Dace, Yost says.”
“Dace took a pitch and scored on a 9-yard run with 3: 09 left in the half, Army's first touchdown in nine quarters.”
“Tony Dace and Patrick Mealy had touchdown runs for the Black Knights (0-4), who've lost 10 straight games and 12 in a row on the road.”
“But except for a 78-drive early in the third quarter that ended in a 1-yard touchdown run by Tony Dace - bringing the Black Knights within 28-7 - and a 60-yard drive that ended 1 yard shy of the end zone midway through the fourth quarter, Army had trouble sustaining drives.”
“Not that that would actually help the Dace either, since the “mitigation” offered by that project for habitats that were identified, turned out to be projects that were already in place as mitigation for earlier projects.”
“Dace and Williams will have another chance to beat Navy, but the seniors are done.”
“Army junior Tony Dace set career marks with 28 carries for 104 yards.”
“Ted Dace has a good introduction and its relevance to ID vs. RMNS evolution in his essay: The False Dilemma between Neo-Darwinism and Intelligent Design”
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