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  • Female octopuses die round about the time their eggs hatch. She reproduces only once and puts her available energy into generating and caring for her
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  • Guide to Fossils 2003, by Philip's, Octopus Publishing Group Ltd, London. ISBN 0-540-08374-7. McGeary. D and Plummer.C.C (1994), Physicla Geology Earthe
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  • This two-page illustration portrays the powerful railroad monopoly as an octopus, with its many tentacles controlling such financial interests as the elite
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  • This two-page illustration portrays the powerful railroad monopoly as an octopus, with its many tentacles controlling such financial interests as the elite
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  • and Political Science for notes, discussions, writeups, lectures, etc. Octopus Micro Finance Suite - Open source Microfinance software PyConomy - An open
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  • This two-page illustration portrays the powerful railroad monopoly as an octopus, with its many tentacles controlling such financial interests as the elite
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  • Blade Blues Brothers 2000 Chairman of the Board Deep Impact Lost in Space Octopus Phantoms Shakespeare in Love The Siege Tale of the Mummy Anastasia (Cartoon
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  • Robotic arms don't have to look like a human arm or double pendulum. They can look like the trunk of an elephant or octopus. Howard Community College
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  • therefore related to the ammonites of old as well as to the modern squids, octopuses and nautiluses." "Now extinct, their fossils are found in rocks of Jurassic
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  • org/wiki/File:SteffiWeismann-Glossolalie.jpg http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Octopus_macropus_Merculiano.jpg http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lecture-RIT
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  • (polk'o) polm'o palm (palm'o) 〔 "polm" -substantive 〕 polmo (polm'o) polp'o octopus (octop'o) 〔 "polp" -substantive 〕 polpo (polp'o) polv'o dust (dust'o) 〔
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  • such as mammals, birds, and even possibly some invertebrates such as the octopus. High intelligence can save the sufferer, as he is able to comprehend the
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  • evolutionary pressure that can lead to intelligence evolving. Note: The octopuses and other Cephalopods of earth seem to be as intelligent as mammals but
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  • vegetables, such as cabbage, carrots, onions, chickpeas and potatoes) Octopus (usually roasted and typical in the North and in Madeira) "Leitão" (in
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  • such as mammals, birds, and even possibly some invertebrates such as the octopus. High intelligence can save the sufferer, as he is able to comprehend the
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