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  • r  in a linear manner
    linearly polarized radiation
    it grew linearly

  • The study found that waist circumference and risk of death increased linearly, meaning that at any given weight, those with greater waist measurements were at greater risk of dying .
  • Humans, however, are thought to have evolved linearly, developing bigger bodies and brains.
  • Let me state Hamas and Israel relation from news's I picked up linearly from the past to present for those who forget the relative past events.
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  • Why You Need To Unplug Every 90 Minutes
    You're an organism. And organisms run in cycles. Here's how to work with yours. Since sprints get us to focus in and finish our tasks with crisp consciousness, we know they're the most effective way of working . But what's fascinating is why they make us work so well. For Leo Widrich at Buffer , it's in human nature: while we often imagine ourselves as machines--which move linearly-- we're ...
    June 19, 2013 - Fast Company Magazine

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