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The Governor could take all the necessary official action, in circularising the squadron and informing the Government — just as if yellow fever or apoplexy had taken off the Commander-in-Chief.
By circularising the template before sequencing it's possible to use these extremely long reads to sequence the same molecule numerous times in a single run, potentially creating very accurate consensus sequences (albeit at a cost in terms of throughput).
To be perfectly straightforward, he ought now to be circularising the shareholders, saying: “My laissez-faire has cost you two hundred odd thousand pounds.