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1. Religious fanatics in Uganda are trying to push through an illegal vote that would sentence gay Ugandans to die.
2. The American Library Association (ALA), the oldest and largest library association in the world, have selected as one of the 25 best free reference web sites of 2011 in the section of emerging technologies in reference.
3. Morales -- known as Bolivia’s first indigenous President -- is renowned globally for standing strongly for the environment and indigenous people.
4. Congress reached an agreement to extend the payroll tax cut. On top of that, vital unemployment insurance will continue for millions of Americans who are looking for works.
5. One fine May morning my oldest son, 17 at the time, had phoned to tell me that he had just spent a couple hours at the state police barracks.
6. The corpus callosum, which connects the brain's left and right hemispheres and carries traffic essential to many advanced brain functions, steadily thicken.
7. Luna scanned the brains of teens while they performed an antisaccade task, a sort of eyes-only video game where you have to stop yourself of looking at a suddenly appearing light.
8. We receive hundreds of food pictures, many caught by cell phone — from ice cream in Kyoto to paella in Mallorca.
9. In this gallery, I provide tips on how to improving your iPhone photography, accompanied by examples from my own travels.
10. Alabama born and bred, Travis had worked with the Department of Defense and NASA for 25 years, but his oddest job was working in a chicken house.
11. In grammar, conditional sentences are sentences discussing factual implications or hypothetical situations and its consequences.
12. If it's raining now, there will be mushrooms to be picking up next week.
13. After graduation high school with honors, he went to technical school, becoming a machinist, then a toolmaker, then a model maker, and then a tool and die maker.
14. Early in his career, he was selected to build a top-secret satellite, and he’s been invented ever since.
15. Most of the comets that SOHO has discovered have been rather small and are probably little fragments that have spilt off of much larger comets that had previously encounters with the sun.
16. The first national park established in Canada, Banff National Park spanned a region of unparalleled mountain scenery and is open year-round for wildlife viewing, sightseeing, and other outdoor activities.
17. A camera-equipping submersible robot filmed species such as barnacles, crabs, and even an octopus, all of which are mostly colorless and live in utter darkness.
18. While the climate can be inhospitable in winter for the region’s aboriginal people, they continue traditionally hunting practices within the park, primarily for the caribou.
19. Ice-busting storms and warmer waters fueled by rising temperatures are diminishing the ice cover that harp seals need to survive during their’s first vulnerable weeks of life.
20. From humble beginnings more than 50 years ago, this show has grown into a national favorite with more than 750 exhibiting artists and some 300,000 attendants who visit the show.
21. the new research reveals that, while deep voices are attractive to women, low-pitched men actually tend to have lower concentrations of sperm in their ejaculate.
22. Under the 200-year-old trees of Audubon Mill Park, on the banks of the mighty Ohio River, fans gather to hear top bluegrass talent in the region which legends like Bill Monroe pioneered the genre.
23. Chicago's Halloween celebration reaches its peak during the last week of October when the city's famous Daley Plaza became “Franken Plaza.”
24. North Carolina's Outer Banks are a paradise for beach lovers, particularly those who want to bring their four-leg friends along.
25. When the Spanish began building their string of 21 California missions in the 18th century, the region was a wilder under the nominal control of their monarch.
26. This Arkansas town is known as the birthplace of President Bill Clinton but it's also made a major name for himself amongst watermelon lovers.
27. Shortened ears and thick, white fur are among the physical trait that arctic hares have adapted to survive in the harsh, frozen tundra.
28. The lush white coat of the arctic fox provided both warmth and camouflage in winter.
29. Of the three remaining species of tigers, Siberian tigers are larger. While there are only 400 to 500 left in the wild, the population is considered stable.
30. Every night, certain specie of parrot fish envelope themselves in a transparent cocoon made of mucous secreted from an organ on their head.
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