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settle

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settle as a colony

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settle as colonists or establish a colony (in)

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This disconnect aside, however, the essays in Colonize This
The refugees formed a big enough group to colonize the island, which previously had no green iguanas, and researchers think they identified a pregnant female this year.
When Europeans started to colonize other parts of the world the germs they carried were more deadly than their swords.
aureus persistently colonizes about 20 percent of the human population by binding to skin-like cells within the nasal cavity.
Suppressing stomach acid while taking antibiotics may allow antibiotic-resistant bacteria to colonize the intestines, a study shows.
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The ability of these fungi to colonize and confer stress tolerance, as well as increased seed yields and root systems in rice - a genetically unrelated plant species from the native plants from which the fungi were isolated-suggests that the fungi may be useful in adapting plants to drought, salt and temperature stressors predicted to worsen in future years due to climate change," Rodriguez explained.
And could humans really colonize Mars in the coming decades, as scientists and explorers say?
pylori's ability to colonize the stomach, shape indeed matters.
After giving the bacteria several days to colonize the sand, the researchers measured the sand's cohesion with an instrument that assesses particles' tendency to slide past each other.
This is followed by a discussion of several expeditions to New Mexico in the later 16th century, and the competition in Spain for the right to colonize New Mexico.
The killer bees were expected to colonize Los Angeles County sooner, having moved into the state after getting established in areas of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona.
To the Editor: Anaerobic intestinal spirochetes of the genus Brachyspira colonize the large intestine (1).
A corollary to this notion of an essentially masculine desire to colonize emerged in the striking gender and sexual imagery employed in colonizationists' portrayals of Africa.
For a discussion of the controlling images used to oppress and colonize black women, such as the mammy, the matriarch, the welfare mother, the Jezebel, and other controlling images of beauty, see Collins 67-82.