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With high-throughput technologies and facilities, such as robotic, imaging, and computational sequencing and genotyping facilities, more reliable polymorphic markers will be used to construct a high resolution genetic map and marker-assisted selection or even map-based cloning will be realizedbefore long in cultivated peanut.
Had I so much as studied a global weather map, I would have realizedbeforehand that, in order to catch the westerly winds, we would be spending weeks in the "Roaring Forties"-an expression whose significance I wholly failed to appreciate.
It's a moment of sheer absurdity played straight and almost in slow motion, until we realizebelatedly that the escalating surrealism has just earned us the only weeping session of the season.
I realizedeventually that the W is the Welsh vowel and that FWY should be pronounced PHOOey.
The progress hasn't been made by dog writers but by a few dedicated individuals who realizedexactly what they were missing and started working to recover it.
Can it be realizedgradually over the years, as people sell off a little at a time?
The reader realizesinstantly that a deserting soldier would never think like this--that he would never use these upholstered words.
He realizedintuitively what many Democrats and the Republicans have always failed to see: that the black middle class is prime conservative timber--angry about crime, intolerant of social pathology, and deeply scornful of the traditional welfare system.
Lukin added that the West should treat Russia as a partner, not a lackey, but he ruled out any clashes between Russian and NATO troops in Kosovo "because the allied commanders realizeperfectly well that Russia was right, legally and morally."
Husbands and Wives Chatterbox feels a little dense for not realizingsooner that the subtext (and hence much of the appeal) of a Hillary Clinton-Rudy Giuliani Senate race would be Wronged Wife vs. Neglectful Husband.