Refuges sentence example

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  • Amco Donelon are close to completing the construction of the seven emergency refuges.
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  • Alligator Adventure:  One of the largest reptile refuges in the world.
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  • You can also use a rat pouch, which is an ideal refuges for baby rats getting accustomed to being close to you.
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  • The refuges will be lifted out, from time to time, for a population census.
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  • These are important refuges for wildlife, including species such as the European lynx.
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  • RW - The Council should look at existing pedestrian refuges with a view to make them useful to cyclists.
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  • Other red squirrel refuges are in Kielder Forest, in Northumberland, and Penrith, in Cumbria.
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  • refuges for young runaways.
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  • The equipment will provide not only work for circus returnees but food for the children's refuges and a source of local income.
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  • These latter exist in wondrous number and variety, exercising every imaginable form of good work - education, both primary and secondary; the care of hospitals, orphanages, penitentiaries, prisons; of asylums for the blind, the deaf and dumb, the insane; of refuges for the aged poor and the destitute.
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  • We hope these images will help convince the government of the urgent need for a national network of refuges for young runaways.
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  • The equipment will provide not only work for circus returnees but food for the children 's refuges and a source of local income.
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  • Once in the environment, they migrate through the water table, and can contaminate municipal water supplies, poison fish in local lakes, and damage the delicate balance of nature in our parks, wildlife refuges and neighborhoods.
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  • It includes discounted or free tours any of the national parks, wildlife refuges, or national monuments.
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  • The National Parks Senior Pass is a great deal for seniors who enjoy visiting national wildlife refuges, national forests, national recreation areas, and national historic sites.
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  • They also are planning on building various Wilderness Cathedrals around the world which will serve as plant and animal refuges.
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  • The Pliocene flora found refuges in favored localities from which at its close the lowlands were restocked while the arctic plants were left behind on the mountains.
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  • Hospitals, asylums, refuges and homes, pauper, reformatory and penal institutions, flower missions, relief associations, and other charitable or philanthropic organizations, private and public, number several hundreds.
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  • Under the Empire, the statues of the emperors and the eagles of the legions were made refuges against acts of violence.
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  • The Eastern Division is the richest part of England agriculturally, it is the part most accessible to trade with the Continent, and that least adapted for providing refuges for small bodies of men in conflict with powerful invaders.
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  • The older convents are usually built in places difficult of access and are strongly fortified; for in troublous times they served as refuges for the peasants or rallying-places for demoralized troops.
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  • Of the vast Celtic empire which had dominated ~si~ Europe nothing now remained but scattered remnants in the farthest corners of the land, refuges for all the vanquished Gaels, Picts or Gauls; and of its civilization there lingered only idioms and dialectsGaelic, Pict and Gallic awhich gradually dropped out of use.
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  • Refuges are quite basic but they do provide cooking facilities, which we use when we can.
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  • The victory was completely decisive, and all that remained for the allies to do in the western theatre was to carry out the march to the sea, to occupy and police the region of Okhrida-Dibra-Elbasan, to reduce the two fortresses of Scutari and Yannina (the last refuges of Turkish authority), to ensure against Austrian intervention (for which purpose the main body of the I.
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  • Missionary efforts of all sorts; hospitals and nursing; industrial homes and refuges; relief funds, &c., found in her a generous supporter.
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  • The people of the more rugged and remoter groups of this division are by race survivors of the early Celtic stock, which, being driven by successive invaders from the open and fertile country of the Eastern Division, found refuges in the less inviting but more easily defended lands of the west.
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