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Organic farming uses a variety of methods to improve soil fertility, including crop rotation, cover cropping, application of compost, and Pest control Main article: Biological pest control Differing approaches to pest control are equally notable.

It is known as a secondary pest, because the larva
Gerhard von Schwerin ) had been so pessimistic about the operation that he had not even ordered his tank units to take part.

In order to implement burnup credit fuel is modelled as irradiated using pessimistic conditions which produce an isotopic composition representative of all irradiated fuel.

Grant managed to persuade a pessimistic Julie that he was a better choice than his good for nothing brother, and was eventually invited into her flat, where they shared a bottle of wine together.

pessimistic and angry about future.

These data demonstrate at a minimum that some of the policy changes advocated by critics may be unrepresentatively pessimistic about outcomes and policy preferences of intersexed people.

Llyr is a Water Elf and is a pessimistic person.

Fowler, pg.1605-6 The tone of the poem as a whole is a particular matter of debate; some see the poem as ultimately pessimistic and politically subversive to the Augustan regime, while others view it as a celebration of the new imperial dynasty.

Drumm was intelligent, shrewd, and very pessimistic.

Psychologists trace pessimistic attitudes to emotional pain or even biology.

They die because Marvin the Paranoid Android causes their ship to commit suicide by sharing his overly pessimistic view of the Universe with it.

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