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1. The wind was quieter there but the dried-out cold it left behind kept pedestrians fast-moving, stiff inside their coats.
2. The blackened, dried-out remains of a very ancient corpse.
3. "If you see smoke it is because the dried-out peat under the ground has begun to self-combust, " a park worker warned visitors.
4. The wildfire quickly spreads, consuming the thick, dried-out vegetation and almost everything else in its path.
5. Rare cave pearls fill dried-out terrace pools near the Garden of Edam in Hang Son Doong.
6. You're from Texas or Utah, someplace dried-out and barren, right?
7. Later, the grasses mature and become dried-out, much drier than corn or soybean plants.
8. His tongue was moving around the edge of dried-out lips.
9. Cracks permeate the dried-out desert ground and the landscape bears testimony to the lack of water.
10. One of the craters is especially promising because it lies near what seem to be dried-out river channels, Barlow said.
11. There was a diagram on the screen and a few dried-out felt pens on the wooden ridge under it.
12. It seems the filmmakers are aiming for a dose of magical realism, dried-out, reconstituted and completely misunderstood.
13. They are also popular with housewives because it takes so little time to cook them. Usually it is just a matter of replacing the dried-out moisture with boiling water.
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14. Above, a young boy stands in the middle of a dried-out reservoir in Guiyang, Guizhou province, on Feb. 2.
15. But Walter Mulbry, the USDA microbiologist, also showed that corn and cucumber seedlings could thrive on an organic fertilizer made from the dried-out algae.
16. Carbon monoxide pollution has risen to 10 times above the maximum permitted levels, he says, in large part due to burning organic matter in dried-out peat bogs.
17. A look at this vast wasteland of charred stumps and dried-out peat makes the fight to save Indonesia's forests seem nearly impossible.
18. However, the organisms such as "Haloferax volcanii" have adapted to live in extremely salty conditions, and can even survive for thousands of years in dried-out salt lakes.
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