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The only person present with a noticeably dark complexion was a tall man in a pilot coat, and a round hat, who looked like a sailor.
You are wrong there," cried Porfiry Petrovitch; he was noticeably animated and kept laughing as he looked at Razumihin, which made him more excited than ever.
Crime Rate in Lebanon Is Noticeably Down in November--Report Says
Summary: The UK calendar is noticeably bare next week, with Pound price action taking its cues from US dollar sentiment.
Because female fish didn't noticeably react, eye flashes probably warn off intruding males, Flamarique, Mueller, and their colleagues say in an article now online for the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
My practice has become so noticeably like that of a doctor that patients often call me "doctor" (despite the fact that I always introduce myself as a "nurse practitioner"); even those in the healthcare community around me cannot get my title right.
From noticeably broad gaps in the fossil record (which Darwin himself commented on) to questions of extreme improbability with regard to genetic mutations (nearly all mutations are harmful, and most others are useless--a strike against the idea that drastic evolutionary changes could be brought about by mutations), Reclaiming Science From Darwinism dares to present the case against macroevolution on purely scientific grounds, not theological or spiritual grounds.
Noticeably, we were the only sushi bar customers for the deft, friendly, white-clad sushi chefs.
I am concentrating on multiple properties already under contract that will noticeably expand Shea's real estate footprint in the tri-state area," said Hornig.
A few weeks later, during a television debate with two activists, Suraswadi grew noticeably frustrated.
Hogwarts goes international for this episode as foreign exchange students from other magical schools arrive to compete in the Triwizard Tournament, and things start to heat up quickly when a noticeably hunkier 14-year-old Harry finds himself mysteriously and unwillingly drafted into this dangerous competition.
Nobody is completely symmetrical and most women have one breast that is noticeably larger than the other.