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  • (v) extend on all sides of simultaneously; encircle



  1. At Yale, six of the 36 graduating members of the Law Journal hope to get a Ford Foundation grant to study a wide-open field: the legal problems of environ mental pollution.
  2. Not all environ ments contain figurative art.
  3. There is a fundamental conflict between the affluent people, who can afford to engage in environ mental struggles, and the poor people, who need space and access to recreation.


  1. Lege Lines: The Score

    How the 83rd did on water infrastructure, the budget, education, the environment, and transportation
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Austin Chronicle

  2. College Notes

    University of San DiegoSara Leiheiser, Ulysses, graduated May 26 with a bachelor's degree in Environ ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Hutchinson News

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  1. "Maine people recognize the economic, national security and environ-mental dangers in reliance on foreign fossil fuels to heat our homes and power our cars," the governor said. "And they support the work going on today that will create...
    on Jun 14, 2010 By: John Baldacci Source: Bangor Daily News

  2. Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson said: "This landfill is an environ mental and public health hazard. Contamination is leaching into the surface water and groundwater, and litter is blowing into Bird Creek. Closing this landfill is an...
    on Oct 30, 2007 By: Drew Edmondson Source: Tulsa World

  3. "We are facing extinction crises, losing about 55,000 species of flora and fauna each year according to the United Nations Environ-ment Programme (UNEP). A five-year study by 1,400 experts worldwide revealed that every single ecosystem in the world...
    on May 5, 2008 By: Francis Yeoh Source: Malaysia Star

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