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The qualitative agreement seems satisfactory though the span of the rolling-grain region is theoretically overestimated.

However, close monitoring and a quick response seem to be the key factors in achieving success.

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For genes that are evolutionarily more conserved, the use of the rice genome seems to be more promising.

And the variety produced is of a richness that seems to belie the smooth, unobtrusive functioning of the instrument.

In such a framework, there would seem to be no reason not to include social meaning along with ‘ordinary’ semantics and pragmatics.

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The result seems to be a purely dynamic one.

The observed secondary instabilities often seem to be purely two-dimensional.

These pronominals that indicate mid-level formality seem to include some element of closer psychological distance.

The “successful” governess, it seems, manages her pupils into “successful” betrothals – just like the marriage plot novel.

Nevertheless, it seems that there is a network of different psychological factors in play, which seem to be interconnected and influencing one another.

Singing seemed to influence their psychological well-being and mental states significantly.

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It protected it by excluding from its realm the cases that seemed to escape multiple concordant testimony.

The attraction of what might at first blush seem a redundant translation was that nature could speak in a clear and undistorted voice.

It seems that the international observers overestimated their role in reducing the violence.

One patient was refused because the fact that she already had a 4-month baby did not by itself seem a sufficiently strong indication.

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