“Proteins carry out the various cellular processes that make our bodily systems function.”
“But sources at the Department for International Development, who pointed out that it provided £1m in start-up funding, said that Britain wanted to carry out a rigorous assessment of Bachelet's plans after doubts about the work of the former UN gender organisation, UNIFEM, which received £3m from Britain.”
“Charlie Duke, who was serving as the CapCom for the simulation just as he would be serving as the CapCom for the actual landing, told astronauts Scott and Irwin inside the LM to carry out the abort, which they accomplished successfully.”
“In April Radowitz was called to Berlin and by his advice the king invited all the German governments except Austria to carry out the principles of the constitution agreed upon at Frankfort in a freer confederation called the "Union", all revolutionary elements being suppressed.”
“He supported the archbishop in the latter's efforts to carry out ecclesiastical reforms in that troubled era, rebuilt the Abbey of St. Martin that had been laid waste by the Normans, accompanied the archbishop on visitations, and used his leisure for writing.”
“In the summer leading up to the launch in September 1966, Armstrong and Anders helped Pete Conrad and Dick Gordon, the prime crew, work on the techniques required to carry out all the aspects of the Gemini XI mission.”
“George William's chief adviser, Count Adam von Schwarzenberg, recognized this and made the attempt to carry out this policy; from 1637 he was engaged in a severe struggle with Sweden, to prevent the Swedes from taking possession of Pomerania.”
“One of his first tasks was to carry out the Jackson-Neustadt recommendation and dismantle the formal Eisenhower policymaking system.”
“Instead, he said the council praises the military's "ability to carry out such a large-scale exposure-monitoring study in the midst of a military operation.”
“He has managed tomemorize his facts extremely well and can carry out most procedures by rote.”
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