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the act of someone who picks up or takes something

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very attractive

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Joint Quote Issued by Signatory Organizations, The conservation challenges America faces today are even greater and more complex than they were when the Endangered Species Act was first enacted.
According to the results, two-thirds of Americans wanted Congress to strengthen and protect the Endangered Species Act.
Under the Endangered Species Act of 1973, federal wildlife agencies have 90 days to respond to petitions to classify a new endangered species.
Even brainwashed legislators would be unlikely to impose direct taxes to knee-cap the economy, but they go along with the activists and regulators who would use the Endangered Species Act to do this indirectly.
The Pombo bill is a death blow to the safety net of the Endangered Species Act,'' said Peter Galvin, conservation director for the center.
3824 would eliminate the critical habitat designation and instead use recovery plans to implement the intent of the original Endangered Species Act.
Norton's special assistant on Alaska is a former oil lobbyist, her assistant secretary for water and science is a former mining lawyer who has called for the abolition of the Endangered Species Act, and her solicitor is from the Cattlemen's Beef Association, where he lobbied for cheap grazing fees on Interior lands.
The Endangered Species Act requires that listed species' status be reviewed every five years.
A federal appeals court has turned down a Native American's religious liberty challenge to his conviction for violating an endangered species act.
Acting for Endangered Species: The Statutory Ark presents a political and legal history of the Endangered Species Act, illustrating how and why the statute has become so controversial.
Whenever federal biologists list a species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), a host of rules goes into effect.
Some dam operators recognize that they can't bring their dams up to current environmental standards, especially those of the Endangered Species Act, so the operators are removing these structures.
Asked to explain, the genies pointed to a magic document, the Endangered Species Act, which told them to protect the shrimplets for all eternity, starting in September 1994.
All and more remain part of our world today due largely to the Endangered Species Act, which marks its 25th anniversary this month.
My sense" says Defenders of Wildlife's William Snape, "is that the Endangered Species Act is sort of a red meat issue for the far right.
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