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He said it's likely that other redeveloped properties elsewhere in downtown also have encountered deposits of man-made fill.
Specific to denim, the Customer Comments Research(TM) data reveal that 64% of consumers commenting on man-made fibers in their denim purchases gave those garments a negative rating.
We certainly can't cut down all the trees," Surratt concludes, "but we can work on reducing these man-made emissions to cut down the production of fine particulate matter.
Let's start our analysis where Goreham examines the faulty hypothesis of Climatism: the idea that man-made [CO.
They found that for the period in question, the flood risk was increased by man-made gases by as much as 20%.
In 2009, natural catastrophes will cost insurers roughly $21 billion, with man-made disasters triggering additional claims of approximately $3 billion.
Why, if incontrovertible proof of man-made warming exists, is there any need to fear public debate?
From the 1950s until the mid-1970s, 70 years after the industrial age, environmentalists promoted fear about man-made global cooling.
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EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE -- An observation deck and informational signs have been added to benefit visitors at one of Edwards Air Force Base's most unlikely spots -- a man-made wetlands on the edge of a dry lake bed inhabited by migratory waterfowl and other wildlife.
The four added products are men's and boy's cotton and man-made fiber shirts, man-made fiber trousers, man-made fiber knit shirts and blouses, and combed cotton yarn.
The same intuition can be used to avoid unhealthy natural and man-made energy fields, allowing for safer house placement and location of stress-free sleeping areas.