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1, It is not necessary to acclimate the guppies to salt water.
2, However, I just did not acclimate the environment that they do not work.
3, Laboratory scale EGSB was operated to cultivate and acclimate anaerobic sludge treating mono - chlorphenols ( 2 - CP , 4 - CP ) simultaneously.
4, Jim have become acclimate to this weather since he move here.
5, Islam is a religion that acclimate the times request and the social development continuously.
6, The study of chinese management science should acclimate this tideway, and develop a series of theories and methods which can use for reference the advanced management ideas and adapt of chinese need.
7, I help them acclimate to living in the U.S.
8, How much time does she need to acclimate?
9, Fish and other organisms have little chance to acclimate , and large kills may result.
10, Once in France, a country he greatly admired, Christophe found it difficult to acclimate himself.
11, Editors only constantly promote and transcend themselves then enable acclimate the request of the times growth.
12, We suggested that Liriope spicata (Thunb. ) Lour, as a shade tolerance plant, was able to acclimate to a large radiation scale; however, high irradiance or high shading did certain harm to its growth.
13, Once in France , a country he greatly admired , Christophe found it acclimate himself.
14, Hold the vision and trust that the Universe will acclimate to your vision.
15, I still have an odd sense of humor,[http://sentencedict.com/acclimate.html] and it takes most people to acclimate.
16, Several things can be done to help the snake acclimate.
17, The tricky part of growing Sarracenia indoors or a greenhouse is how and when to acclimate them to life outdoors.
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