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They also claim Semler's personal views on immigration are not germane to her professional service as a parks commissioner.

It is written on a subject which is germane to the course and of particular interest to the student and is up to 20,000 words in length.

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experiments which disproved the then-popular theory of spontaneous generation and from which he derived the modern germ theory of (infectious) disease.

Sullivan, 234 The then controversial work is now considered a landmark in germ theory of disease.

2 Cell Structure/Internal Characteristics Sponges have no true tissues or germ layers.

Thus encouraged, he quit his job to become a full-time writer, entered a publisher's contest, and promptly won the $4,000 first prize for a novel that contained the germ of his later Riverworld series.

Dowd, War under Heaven, 275. Native American losses went mostly unrecorded, but it has been estimated that about 200 warriors were killed in battle, with additional war-related deaths if germ warfare initiated at Fort Pitt was successful.

Another effect of this germ was that all the remaining men in Prentisstown can hear each other's thoughts, known as Noise.

Oils with a significant percentage of linoleic acid are grape seed and wheat germ oil.

The gradual development of germ theory has allowed the final step to be taken to create the highest quality of aseptic conditions in modern hospitals, allowing modern surgeons to perform nearly infection-free surgery.

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