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  • Annual rainfall rates fluxuate with higher averages in the north then becoming progressively drier in the south; however, these southern areas still receive more than 1000 milimeters (mm) of precipitation annually.

    Western Ecuador moist forests

  • Nations fall, stock markets fluxuate, but Linda remains.

    My Remembrance Day: Sickness, belief, and dreams

  • The lake is no different than some other lakes throughout the world .... they fluxuate over time depending on nature and 'political forces'.

    Lake Chapala

  • Reports of the measurements, however, seem to fluxuate hour to hour.

    NY Daily News

  • Over the past 6 months, I've seen my carb ratios fluxuate almost inhumanely.

    Discussion Forum - TuDiabetes

  • It's what happens when the hormones fluxuate before the menus cycle in a woman starts.

    [Help] Most Recent Posts

  • Even if you were, are, might be, could possibly fluxuate toward, being overweight.

    MacYapper

  • During this time, the field almost certainly does become weak and fluxuate, but there's no evidence of a mass extinction event.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • Some areas have better run governments, different zoning and business licensing laws, better access to resources, or events that happen (military base closing, new company moving in, major employer cutting back or hiring, etc) which cause job demand to fluxuate.

    BlueRoof Blog- BlueRoof360- Real Estate and Opinion

  • The rest of the time he either seems to fluxuate back and forth: "Oh noes!

    Pretty, Fizzy Paradise

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