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water hog

(Science: zoology) The capybara.

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... cells. Still, they didn't bear any clear resemblance to any known pathogens. Finally, microbiologist David Relman of the Stanford Medical School ... to deal with deadly fish parasites that have infected their coastal water fish and the people who eat them. These fish have become weakened by ...

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... for a long time: Why doesn't diffusion occur with everything? Why don't water and oil mix if you leave it to stand? Theoretically it should, right? ... unevenly with the 2 hydrogens- you could call the oxygen an electron hog) So the oxygen has the electron more often and it becomes slightly negitive ...

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