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Europe on the Edge This is the zoo's largest aviary, and is one of the biggest in the Uk.

Presently,under development in the area are the construction of Information Center, Subanen Valley, Picnic cottages, well landscaped ground at the entrance, parking area, aviary, and different cages for
hoped that his voluntary exile might avert a civil war between the Republicans and the Nationalists.

It is not necessary that the defendant actually avert a greater harm, just that his belief be reasonable.

Bond 1990, p. 85. The Belgian High Command made at least five appeals for the British to attack the vulnerable left flank of the German divisions between the Scheldt and the Leie to avert disaster.

For the past 50 years in Europe effort to build democratic consensus with each other to avert war and enable its citizen to live a peaceful life.

Examples of buckling track in CWR Stressing is a technique developed in the 1960s to avert rail track problems that can occur when installing Continuous welded rail (CWR).

Julie tries to apologize but Angie tells her not to talk to her and to avert her gaze the next time they run into each other.

To avert the slow decay of civilization, the major corporations of Earth turn to the stars - an area of space known as "The Frontier" - to find the raw materials they so desperately need.

This death, reviving memories of the poet's dead friends from World War I, is followed by a passage on Pound's 1939 visit to Washington, D.C. to try to avert American involvement in the forthcoming European war.

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