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reintroductions

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  • noun Plural form of reintroduction.

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Examples

  • True, that is a fine line to walk, but in point of fact, the goals set by the ESA commission presiding over the wolf reintroductions were set at some 30 breeding pairs in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming combined, with a total population of just under 450 required by the ESA to de-list wolves.

    Wolves Kill 23 Lambs In Oregon

  • Gifting lounges have become important marketing tools for companies, and even in the recent gloomy economic climate, the suites open up as a way for established companies and upstarts to gain exposure for new products or reintroductions.

    At Emmy time, the gift suites hit Hollywood

  • Britain's Ecological Society cites the osprey, white-tailed eagle, red kite and in particular large blue butterfly as recent examples of successful reintroductions.

    Biodiversity 100: actions for Europe

  • True, that is a fine line to walk, but in point of fact, the goals set by the ESA commission presiding over the wolf reintroductions were set at some 30 breeding pairs in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming combined, with a total population of just under 450 required by the ESA to de-list wolves.

    Wolves Kill 23 Lambs In Oregon

  • I have never felt right about wolf reintroductions in the west, but figured that the people who live in those regions should have the say.

    Utah Lawmaker: Just Vote No to Wolves

  • Gifting lounges have become important marketing tools for companies, and even in the recent gloomy economic climate, the suites open up as a way for established companies and upstarts to gain exposure for new products or reintroductions.

    At Emmy time, the gift suites hit Hollywood

  • Scotland has a comparatively large number of originally native but now extinct large mammal species, as well as large areas of woodland and fecund deer population, prompting the advocacy of reintroductions of species such as the Eurasian lynx to the Scottish highlands.

    Biodiversity 100: actions for Europe

  • Last week Dan DiDio told Newsarama that such reintroductions make things easier on the reader:

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  • I have never felt right about wolf reintroductions in the west, but figured that the people who live in those regions should have the say.

    Utah Lawmaker: Just Vote No to Wolves

  • In five or 10 years 'time, if you find the game is up for the animal in the wild, you will then be able to think practically about reintroductions in particular areas.

    Endangered: are Scotland's wildcats running out of lives?

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