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Can anything survive in around a hydrothermal vent?

Most bacteria and archaea cannot survive in the superheated hydrothermal fluids of the chimneys or “black smokers.” But hydrothermal microorganisms are able to thrive just outside the hottest waters, in the temperature gradients that form between the hot venting fluid and cold seawater.

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How do you clean a cast iron table saw?

Simply get a rust busting agent like liquid wrench product or W2-40 and a piece of sandpaper. Spray the affected area with the rust cleaning agent and then use the sandpaper to rub it into your cast iron surface and sand down any rust that may have formed. Your tabletop will be looking good as new in no time!

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Who is Ross Perot's wife?

Independent candidate Ross Perot chose retired Vice Admiral James Stockdale as his running mate in 1992.

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What is evaporation and why is it a cooling process exactly what is it that cools?

Evaporation causes cooling because the process requires heat energy. The energy is taken away by the molecules when they convert from liquid into gas, and this causes cooling on the original surface.

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What is the umbilical region called?

The umbilical region, in the anatomists' abdominal pelvic nine- region scheme, is the area surrounding the umbilicus and it is placed approximately on middle of distance between xiphoid process and pubic symphysis (navel).

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How does Liming reduce acidity in soils?

Farmers can improve the soil quality of acid soils by liming to adjust pH to the levels needed by the crop to be grown. Benefits of liming include increased nutrient availability, improved soil structure, and increased rates of infiltration.

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How much does it cost to remove an underground storage tank?

On average, the cost to remove an underground storage tank is $1,000-$3,000. Pricing varies based on your geographic area and how difficult it is to access the tank. This estimated range does not include any cleanup that is required.

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What is the controversy about metformin?

Controversies. Metformin was not approved by the United States Federal Drug Agency (FDA) until late 1994. This was because one arm of a large clinical trial was stopped prematurely in 1971 when participants receiving a potent biguanide (known as phenformin) died more often and had an increased risk of lactic acidosis.

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Is a per curiam decision binding?

The opinions will typically deal with issues which the issuing court views as relatively non-controversial. Per curiam decisions are not always unanimous and non-controversial.

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What is a wr1 form?

Form WR-1 Employer's Quarterly Report of Wages Paid. Page 1. Form WR-1 is due by the 15th calendar day following each calendar quarter. Complete in full and retain a copy for your records. Employee Social Security number.

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How tall does an emerald green arborvitae grow?

If you're hoping to grow a tall hedge or privacy screen as quickly as possible, one option is to buy established Emerald Green arborvitae ( Thuja occidentalis Smaragd) plants, which can reach 12 to 14 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide at maturity.

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Is The Rape of the Lock an epic?

The Rape of the Lock was written by Alexander Pope and first published in 1712, then reworked and published again in 1714. The poem is a mock- epic that satirizes the upper-class in London at the time. The story focuses on the central character, Belinda, whose lock of hair is cut off at a social gathering.

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Is Mexican petunia invasive?

Mexican Petunias. But Mexican petunias are actually Ruellia simplex, fast-growing perennials with green to purple stems and green leaves. The wild, invasive form of this plant is so aggressive, it's banned in some states, and it's on a watch list of invasive plants in others.

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What rocket launched the Mars Rover?

NASA's three previous Mars rovers — Spirit, Opportunity and Curiosity — were also named by students. Many of the Mars 2020 semifinalists went down a similar path as those winners, proposing monikers such as Ingenuity, Imagination, Inspiration and Courage.

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How does HTH Super clarifier work?

The HTH ®Super Clarifier coagulates the tiny particles that cloud your water. The new, larger particles are easier for your filter to pick up and remove. Both biological and physical contaminants can make your pool water cloudy. Use HTH ®Super Clarifier to remove dead algae and organic debris for crystal clear water.

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What is the Great Hall of Bulls?

The Hall of the Bulls, presents the most spectacular composition of Lascaux. Its calcite walls are not suitable for engraving, so it is only decorated with paintings, often of impressive dimensions: some are up to five metres long. Two rows of aurochs face each other, two on one side and three on the other.

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Is the movie get out any good?

Get Out is a 2017 American horror film written and directed by Jordan Peele in his directorial debut. At the 90th Academy Awards, it was nominated for four awards, including Best Picture, and won for Best Original Screenplay.

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Will an electric fireplace heat a garage?

If you're looking for something convenient and easy to install that will still offer you excellent heating for your garage, consider a wall mounted electric heater. While these work similarly to space heaters, they are typically larger with more power and can heat the entire space to a comfortable level.

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Can nexgrill be converted to natural gas?

This natural gas conversion kit turns your liquid propane grill into a natural gas grilling machine by swapping out the existing components with a natural gas regulator and hose. Nexgrill hose is 23” long – Manifold connection is outside the cart - Also comes with a 10' NG hose and quick connect/release brass fitting.

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What is the safest flea and tick?

Most products designed to repel these buggers include possible carcinogens and nervous-system toxins like fipronil, permethrin, pyrethrins, or imidacloprid. “Our recommendation for ticks is to use the least toxic option available, at the lowest level, and only when you need it,” Rotkin-Ellman says.

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