Across 1 A technology that helps clean coal using limestone and water. 5 A mineral that looks like a shiny black rock. It's formed from plants that were once alive. 6 Th e force that pushes electricity or a current.
In Colombia, a peak called Galeras has slumbered more than four decades. Then it started to shake and emit sulfur in this year: _____ 4.
Update: West Nile Activities April 25, 2000 Contact: CDC, Media Relations (404) 639-3286 While West Nile virus slumbered this winter, experts in fields as diverse as bird migration, mosquito habitats and arbovirus detection came together with one goal in mind: to develop an arsenal of ...
While AIDS likely slumbered in rural Africa for many years, only in the 1980s did it spread rapidly into the large cities of Africa, and then elsewhere, as a consequence of population migration, urbanization, and the deterioration of social, community, and medical services.
All of the virgins erred, for while they waited they all slumbered and slept . But there was one big difference between the wise and the foolish virgins: the foolish took their lamps, and took no oil with them .
They also concluded that lahars would again rush down Pinatubo's slopes in its next major eruption, threatening the communities that were built while it slumbered.
advantage of long and warm weekends for the last summer weather outings, the church has not slumbered. The month began appropriately with the Pathfinder open house and watermelon/corn feed.
In the beginning humans slumbered on the hard ground. Then came mattresses made of hides or fabrics stitched together and filled with cushioning materials such as straw, animal hair, or feathers.
made no distinction between a "blamelessly ignorant" plaintiff and a plaintiff who had 'slumbered on his rights." Maskell, 342 Md. at 690 (citations omitted).
While the bridegroom tarried, they all slumbered and slept. 6. And at midnight there was a cry made, Behold, the bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet him.