What you can't predict, you investigate; the disjunct maples near Tulsa, in the Wichitas, and in sandstone canyons of southwest Oklahoma inspired botanists to go poking around
in almost every nearby geologic niche sheltered enough to stay moist and shady in the hot prairie sun.
om poking around
in Sweden's nderbelly, as well as the chalkese interplay between st and Lisbeth, it's somewhat hed here thanks to the novelty off and our unlikely pair very little screen time.
These controls, which make the insects respond to an external flash of ultraviolet light, provide a way for researchers to investigate how nerve cells work and interact without poking around
in the flies' brains.
A rule to follow - do NOT put anything smaller than your elbow in your ear, so stop poking around
with cotton buds can perforate the eardrum.
And not only video elders: Matthew Crawley's single-channel tape Turning on a video camera, opening it up, and poking around
in there until it breaks, 1999, is a witty riposte to Robert Morris's reflexive Box With the Sound of Its Own Making, 1961.
I was unable to attend any of the keynotes or sessions and had to content myself with poking around
the exhibit room (barely a hall) to connect with some of the commercial efforts in the open source world.
I love poking around
to see the different lines and products they have.
Collecting these 16 stories meant poking around
in his literary past, unearthing forgotten manuscripts.
The consistently curious employee, poking around
in seemingly unrelated company departments while asking questions to link together the "big picture," is frequently viewed with suspicion and discouraged from moving "out of the box.
After poking around
the property for a while, the three deputy marshals stood behind the rock near the driveway, well below the cabin, and started throwing little stones up toward the cabin, to "see if they could get the dogs' attention.
A German musicologist discovered the new work while poking around
in the archives of the Royal Academy.
Lost Land of the Volcano (BBC One, 9pm) MOST people might think that poking around
a mountain that once had the ability to explode and spew forth molten lava isn't such a bright idea.
THREE returning straight-talking doctors, Christian Jessen, right, Dawn Harper and Pixie McKenna, will be poking around
in some sensitive areas as they tackle patients in desperate need of help who are unwilling to visit their GPs because their problems lie in embarrassing parts of their bodies.
He's a top brain doctor who is perfectly at home poking around
someone's skull or persuading them to let him play with their grey matter.