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“The recent rain is a good start to the season and has ensured strong buying competition at the major cattle sales as graziers buy up breeding and growing stock to replace cattle which they had to sell during the tough season at the end of 2009," said Goomeri grazier and AgForce president John Cotter.”
“In developing an intuition for how such molecular machines act, a good start is to ask yourself how a shoelace-tying machine might work in our big world, or how a clock might work, or a delivery system, or a regulated gate.”
“In 1998, Nova Scotia, Canada, adopted a complete ban on landfilling or incinerating organics, which spurred the development of an impressive composting infrastructure.90 So far, twenty-one states in the United States have banned landfilling of yard waste,91 which is a good start because once yard waste composting systems are set up, it’s not hard to add kitchen and restaurant scraps too.”
“Lester Imai had a good start but ran into some trouble after forty seconds or so, due to Delaware #4’s comic eyebrows—unusually bushy, ironic, and seductively friendly.”
“It was a good start by the Administration, I thought-steady, measured, and accomplished with minimal casualties (only later would we discover the degree to which our failure to put sufficient military pressure on Al Qaeda forces at Tora Bora may have led to bin Laden’s escape).”
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