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Meanings and phrases

natural

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adj.
  1. in accordance with nature; relating to or concerning nature
  2. existing in or produced by nature; not artificial or imitation
  3. existing in or in conformity with nature or the observable world; neither supernatural nor magical
  4. functioning or occurring in a normal way; lacking abnormalities or deficiencies
  5. free from artificiality; lifelike
  6. (of a musical note) being neither raised nor lowered by one chromatic semitone
  7. unthinking; prompted by (or as if by) instinct; instinctive
  8. (used especially of commodities) being unprocessed or manufactured using only simple or minimal processes; raw; rude
  9. related by blood; not adopted
  10. being talented through inherited qualities; born; innate

natural

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n.
  1. someone regarded as certain to succeed
  2. a notation cancelling a previous sharp or flat; cancel
  3. (craps) a first roll of 7 or 11 that immediately wins the stake

Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge

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n.
  1. an honorary English society (formalized in 1660 and given a royal charter by Charles II in 1662) through which the British government has supported science; Royal Society

natural ability

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n.
  1. ability that is inherited
E.g.
  • He had a natural ability to hold a 4x4 beat.
  • It is not clear if this is a natural ability or a function of his armor.
  • Anthony’s experience and natural ability made him a logical choice as partner.

natural action

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n.
  1. a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings); natural process; action; activity

natural childbirth

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n.
  1. labor and childbirth without medical intervention; no drugs are given to relieve pain or aid the birth process

natural covering

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n.
  1. a natural object that covers or envelops; covering; cover

natural depression

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n.
  1. a sunken or depressed geological formation; depression

natural elevation

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n.
  1. a raised or elevated geological formation; elevation

natural enclosure

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n.
  1. a naturally enclosed space; enclosure

natural endowment

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n.
  1. natural abilities or qualities; endowment; gift; talent

natural event

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n.
  1. an event that happens; happening; occurrence; occurrent

natural family planning

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n.
  1. any of several methods of family planning that do not involve sterilization or contraceptive devices or drugs; coitus is avoided during the fertile time of a woman's menstrual cycle

natural fiber

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n.
  1. fiber derived from plants or animals; natural fibre

natural fibre

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n.
  1. fiber derived from plants or animals; natural fiber

natural gas

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n.
  1. a fossil fuel in the gaseous state; used for cooking and heating homes; gas
E.g.
  • They are fueled by either natural gas or fuel oil.
  • Proved reserves of natural gas amount to 5.663 bln.
  • Oil and natural gas account for almost all exports.

natural glass

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n.
  1. magma of any composition that cooled very rapidly

natural history

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n.
  1. the scientific study of plants or animals (more observational than experimental) usually published in popular magazines rather than in academic journals
E.g.
  • The East chamber displays natural history objects.
  • Scott who ignited his interest in natural history.
  • From 1842, he traded as a natural history dealer.

natural immunity

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n.
  1. immunity to disease that occurs as part of an individual's natural biologic makeup; innate immunity

natural language

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n.
  1. a human written or spoken language used by a community; opposed to e.g. a computer language; tongue
E.g.
  • The sound is either spoken natural language, (e.g.
  • The precise usages of focus in natural language are still uncertain.
  • There is debate as to the relationship between concepts and natural language.
n.
  1. the branch of information science that deals with natural language information; NLP; human language technology
E.g.
  • It consequently plays an important role in natural language processing and computational linguistics.
  • In addition, using Unicode would ease the implementation of natural language processing technologies.
  • His research interests include all mathematical aspects of natural language processing, speech recognition, and OCR.
n.
  1. an application program that deals with natural language text; natural language processor
n.
  1. an application program that deals with natural language text; natural language processing application

natural law

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n.
  1. a rule or body of rules of conduct inherent in human nature and essential to or binding upon human society; law
E.g.
  • in 1858 on slavery's consistency with natural law.
  • Albert places God as the pinnacle of justice and natural law.
  • A hypothesis leading to a natural law?

natural logarithm

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n.
  1. a logarithm to the base e; Napierian logarithm

natural number

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n.
  1. the number 1 and any other number obtained by adding 1 to it repeatedly
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  • For any actual natural number "k", formula_6.
  • For each natural number "k", "kx" is equal to formula_8.
  • Let formula_1 be a natural number.

natural object

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n.
  1. an object occurring naturally; not made by man

natural order

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n.
  1. the physical universe considered as an orderly system subject to natural (not human or supernatural) laws
E.g.
  • And the law does not refer to some natural order.
  • "", and presents the natural order of their existence.
  • Upon defeating it, he restored the Green to its natural order.

natural phenomenon

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n.
  1. all phenomena that are not artificial
E.g.
  • The microbial fuel cell mimics this ubiquitous natural phenomenon.
  • Similar natural phenomenon is also observed in the case of halocline.
  • It features documentaries about nature, wildlife, natural phenomenon, and earth.

natural philosophy

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n.
  1. the science of matter and energy and their interactions; physics
E.g.
  • He also wrote on the natural philosophy of Aristotle.
  • He was a student of natural philosophy and a correspondent of Flamsteed.
  • After returning to his native land he occupied himself with natural philosophy.

natural process

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n.
  1. a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings); natural action; action; activity
E.g.
  • PVD in of itself is not dangerous and a natural process.
  • Just trust the inherent natural process.
  • There are many examples of natural process that involve crystallization.

natural resin

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n.
  1. a plant exudate

natural resource

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n.
  1. resources (actual and potential) supplied by nature; natural resources
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  • Uncontrolled exploitation of this natural resource led to peat slips in 1878 and 1886.
  • Oil, as a natural resource and a commodity, can be identified as a contributor to war.
  • Many people have been benefited with the natural resource of the forest and involved in logging.

natural resources

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n.
  1. resources (actual and potential) supplied by nature; natural resource
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  • Two groups may fight over remaining natural resources.
  • Other natural resources include timber and hydropower.
  • Djibouti has few natural resources and little industry.

natural rubber

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n.
  1. an elastic material obtained from the latex sap of trees (especially trees of the genera Hevea and Ficus) that can be vulcanized and finished into a variety of products; rubber; India rubber; gum elastic; caoutchouc
E.g.
  • Polyisoprene is a synthetic version of natural rubber latex.
  • Sekhar served the natural rubber industry for about 50 years in various capacities.
  • Sekhar, (17 November 1929 – 6 September 2006 ) modernised Malaysia's natural rubber industry.

natural science

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n.
  1. the sciences involved in the study of the physical world and its phenomena
E.g.
  • degree in natural science from the University of Toronto.
  • He was mainly well known for his mathematics and natural science textbooks.
  • In 1796, he returned to Copenhagen, where he began studying natural science.

natural scientist

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n.
  1. a biologist knowledgeable about natural history (especially botany and zoology); naturalist

natural selection

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n.
  1. a natural process resulting in the evolution of organisms best adapted to the environment; survival; survival of the fittest; selection
E.g.
  • The role of natural selection would be secondary.
  • Adaptations are produced by natural selection.
  • Early breeding relied on unconscious and natural selection.

natural shape

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n.
  1. a shape created by natural forces; not man-made

natural spring

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n.
  1. a natural flow of ground water; spring; fountain; outflow; outpouring
E.g.
  • The park is named after a natural spring at the location.
  • A stream and a cave with a natural spring made the area an ideal overnight spot for travelers.
  • The building was located over a natural spring, which was used by the brewery to make its beer.

natural state

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  1. a wild primitive state untouched by civilization; wild; state of nature
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  • In its natural state the seed is highly toxic to mammals.
  • The rapids of the lower section remain in a more natural state.
  • The tea field has been maintained in its natural state throughout the years.

natural theology

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n.
  1. a theology that holds that knowledge of God can be acquired by human reason without the aid of divine revelation

natural virtue

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n.
  1. (scholasticism) one of the four virtues (prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance) derived from nature

natural habitats

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  • Rapid urban growth has threatened natural habitats.
  • Its natural habitats are rainforest and dry forests.
  • Its natural habitats are rivers and freshwater lakes.

natural habitat

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  • Its natural habitat includes lowland rain forests.
  • "Mobility of Bulgarica cana in a natural habitat".
  • Its natural habitat is in open, calcareous areas.

natural sciences

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  • He attended lectures in the natural sciences.
  • He later studied classics, natural sciences and medicine.
  • After that he was high school teacher of natural sciences.

natural causes

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  • John Wood died of natural causes on 6 August 2011.
  • On 17 July 1979, Akufo-Addo died of natural causes.
  • Muhammad Aslam Khan died of natural causes in 1994.

natural environment

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  • It is surrounded by a rural and natural environment.
  • This beautiful place is in a calm natural environment.
  • Gold mining can significantly alter the natural environment.

natural disasters

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  • The major natural disasters are landslide and flood.
  • It was one of the deadliest natural disasters in history.
  • natural disasters) can disrupt production.

cultural or natural

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  • The place possesses uncommon, rare or endangered aspects of the cultural or natural history of New South Wales.

natural world

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  • White to read and to explore the natural world.
  • This is when Gilean really started taking interest in the natural world.
  • He begins to reconsider the relationship between humans and the natural world.

natural numbers

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  • the set of natural numbers N = {0, 1, 2, 3, ...}.
  • First, place the natural numbers along the top row.
  • An illustrative example is sets picked from the natural numbers.

natural light

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  • It is bathed in natural light due to its skylight roof.
  • The environment is naturally devoid of natural light and the lighting is constant 24/7.
  • This arrangement provides all of the offices with sufficient natural light and ventilation.

more natural

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  • Farmer sings with a voice more natural than usual".
  • As a result, there is much more natural vegetation.
  • Over time, the style evolved, and became more natural.

died of natural

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  • John Wood died of natural causes on 6 August 2011.
  • On 17 July 1979, Akufo-Addo died of natural causes.
  • Muhammad Aslam Khan died of natural causes in 1994.

other natural

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  • Tsunamis and rising sea levels are other natural threats.
  • The other natural sandy beach is Changi.
  • Zlarin has a myriad of fig and cypress trees, and other natural plants.

natural beauty

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  • The place is very famous for its superb natural beauty.
  • It is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
  • The natural beauty and local color of the city figure prominently.

natural disaster

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  • Wetumpka is the home of "Alabama's greatest natural disaster."
  • Another example is a natural disaster.
  • Nepal loses life and property as a result of natural disaster every year.

oil and natural

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  • Sulfur is extracted from oil and natural gas.
  • Two-thirds of Azerbaijan is rich in oil and natural gas.
  • Two thirds of Azerbaijan is rich in oil and natural gas.

natural products

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  • Others are simple derivatives of botanical natural products.
  • The company's marketing is largely based on natural products.
  • Many natural products in plants, e.g.

use of natural

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  • Industrial use of natural gas began in 1959.
  • Considerable use of natural sound, apart from background music, was new for Malayalam cinema.
  • According to Chopra, the use of natural lighting was a way for them to function on a limited budget.

natural phenomena

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  • They followed a religion which was based on natural phenomena.
  • They also show the dangers and experiences of natural phenomena.
  • Lunar months were originally named according to natural phenomena.

natural features

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  • Much of the island's natural features are found along the trail.
  • Many Namibian natural features, place and street names have German names.
  • The work is primarily focused on architectural features, rather than natural features.

natural areas

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  • The state forest system also has natural areas, with more restricted usage.
  • The proposed botanical garden would also protect extensive natural areas along the marsh.
  • Thousands of displaced people have fled to protected natural areas, endangering the wildlife there.

natural vegetation

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  • As a result, there is much more natural vegetation.
  • Only the interior valleys support natural vegetation.
  • The natural vegetation of Barren Grounds is heathland.

no natural

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  • Adult American crocodiles have no natural predators.
  • Baker has no natural fresh water sources.
  • Like most West African countries, Ghana has no natural harbors.

natural grass

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  • AstroTurf replaced the natural grass field in 1970.
  • Historically the game developed on natural grass turf.
  • It has a natural grass playing field.

natural area

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  • It is a natural area now used for teaching biology.
  • The lake and its surroundings is a protected natural area.
  • The park will preserve 113 acres, including a 93 acre natural area with a pond.

natural materials

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  • The paws of "Scudo" use natural materials, like wood, and the headrest is magnetically attached.
  • Given the complexity of natural materials, new approaches for structural characterization are needed.
  • The natural materials used in the construction of living shorelines create and maintain valuable habitats.

largest natural

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  • Bolivia has the second largest natural gas reserves in South America.
  • Vai has a palm beach and is the largest natural palm forest in Europe.
  • Lake Inman, more than 100 acres in size, is Kansas's largest natural lake.

natural landscape

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  • The valley is part of the Alpine Rhine natural landscape.
  • The building design is intended to blend and merge with the surrounding natural landscape.
  • Urban planning in Rome valued the natural landscape and took account for environmental factors.

both natural

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  • Rivers face many dangers, both natural and manmade.
  • It occurs from both natural and human-made sources.
  • This list encompasses both natural and man made lakes.

only natural

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  • The filmmaker used only natural or minimal lighting.
  • Makers of handmade rugs use only natural fibres.
  • Nero was Agrippina's only natural child.

natural lake

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  • Restoration of natural lake flow occurred in the 1990s.
  • A natural lake known as Lersøen was originally located at the site.
  • Additionally, there are two more prominent rivulets and one natural lake.

natural processes

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  • Due to natural processes such as flooding, these forests were buried underneath soil.
  • Other natural processes are thought to produce only an insignificant amount of deuterium.
  • Through natural processes in the atmosphere, it is eventually oxidized to carbon dioxide and ozone.

liquefied natural

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  • It also is the ninth-largest producer of liquefied natural gas in the world.
  • Audi has constructed a carbon-neutral liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Werlte, Germany.
  • The plane uses a fuel referred to as liquefied natural gas or LNG, and made its first flight in 1989.

liquefied natural gas

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  • It also is the ninth-largest producer of liquefied natural gas in the world.
  • Audi has constructed a carbon-neutral liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Werlte, Germany.
  • The plane uses a fuel referred to as liquefied natural gas or LNG, and made its first flight in 1989.

many natural

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  • The Lebesgue spaces appear in many natural settings.
  • Pseudomonads were isolated from many natural niches.
  • Etherpad Lite supports many natural languages.

natural heritage

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  • Criteria (i)-(vi) for cultural heritage, (vii)-(x) for natural heritage.
  • The Karnataka government declared it as a natural heritage site of Western Ghat region in 2009.
  • It is also the cause of one of the most interesting parts of the natural heritage of the region as well.

natural harbour

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  • The natural harbour on Vágseiði is called Kleivin.
  • In Roman times, there was probably a natural harbour here.
  • Kleivin is partially natural harbour and partially man made.

natural and cultural

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  • This park has been minimally disturbed despite disturbed natural and cultural surrounds.
  • Today, this location is a natural and cultural monument of Shkodër County listed as "Ahu i Gerçës".
  • The visitor center features exhibits about the natural and cultural history of the site, including a petroglyph display.

all natural

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  • In the ascent, all natural notes are used, sometimes adding F#.
  • The latter formula means the sum of all natural numbers from 1 to 100.
  • In the interview with "CKM", Sonnet said that her breasts are all natural.

natural range

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  • In its natural range, fish are its primary prey.
  • There are only about 40 mature trees known in their natural range.

natural product

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  • Dicerandrol C Dicerandrol C is a natural product.
  • The program found the natural product maximiscin.
  • Melicopicine is an example of a natural product.

natural son

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  • He had a natural son, Roberto, whom he later legitimized.
  • He was a natural son of A.K.
  • The last abbot was James Stewart, "natural son" of James V, who died in 1559.

natural way

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  • An equivalent way to view an extractor is as a bivariate function in the natural way.
  • Utilizing human signal inputs allows more people to interact with computers in a natural way.
  • They scheme to deliver their baby the unheard-of natural way, and keep it out of reach of both.

natural water

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  • Most natural water in the area is not drinkable.
  • Jeffrey EC is not located close to any large bodies of natural water.
  • On this way there is a small pond of pure natural water available at that pond.

most natural

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  • I think it's the most natural JUDAS PRIEST album.
  • We were Partisans, it was most natural to call our club Partizan."
  • Also, the black knight on g8 is deprived of its most natural square.

natural park

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  • The area was declared a natural park in 2008.
  • The Langun-Gobingob cave system is within the natural park.
  • Güell and Gaudí conceived this park, situated within a natural park.

natural region

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  • Together with the Neuburg Forest it forms natural region no.
  • As natural region major unit no.
  • The natural region of the Danube Hills is only 8 kilometres wide on average.

natural monument

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  • Ko Island has been designated a natural monument.
  • The site is protected as a natural monument of the city.
  • The lagoon was declared a natural monument on 18 June 1979.

using natural

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  • The station is a Combined-Cycle Power Plant (CCPP), using natural gas to generate 884MW of electricity.
  • Often using natural fibers like silk or wool, Protić specializes in creating a draping effect with the fabrics.
  • Several of the great Crusader castles were built on spurs, using natural defences and fortifying the one access point.

natural predators

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  • Adult American crocodiles have no natural predators.
  • Common natural predators include coyotes, wolves, and mountain lions.
  • The North American river otter has few natural predators when in water.

natural history museum

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  • The "Museum Koenig" is Bonn's natural history museum.
  • During a confrontation in the natural history museum, Mr.
  • By day, Shi-yeon is an employee at a natural history museum.

through natural

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  • The creek offers scenic paddling through natural habitats.
  • Esperanto has not fragmented into regional dialects through natural language use.
  • Mount Gay Rum is made from molasses and water that has been filtered through natural coral.

due to natural

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  • About a third of the faculty were replaced due to natural turnover.
  • Following A. S. Menon, Ravivarman died at Quilon due to natural causes.
  • Now the church is Destroyed due to natural calamities and lie under the sea.

natural talent

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  • Arden's ability with witty scripts made her a natural talent for radio.
  • Something of a child prodigy, Jacob had perfect pitch and natural talent.
  • Burrowes was interested in art from an early age, and had natural talent.

natural gas pipeline

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  • Also transacting the property is a natural gas pipeline.
  • Eastern Gas Pipeline The Eastern Gas Pipeline (EGP) is a natural gas pipeline.
  • The pipes were for a long natural gas pipeline and included of material in about a dozen ships.

natural environments

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  • Turtle Trek is meant to inspire guests to help conserve natural environments.
  • Hunt spent much of his career on field trips to enable him to study animals in their natural environments.
  • One issue concerning both types of plastics is that they do not break down very efficiently in natural environments.

natural conditions

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  • The favourable natural conditions of the area created all the prerequisites of normal life.
  • This continued egg laying means more eggs are laid than would occur under natural conditions.
  • They are agile animals, and have been recorded running at speeds of up to in natural conditions.

natural setting

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  • This is due to its mild climate, natural setting, and well-developed infrastructure.
  • Pieter Boel revolutionized animal painting by working directly from live animals in a natural setting.
  • The people in a work can be a single man or woman, pair or small group of people as they work, play or just exist in a natural setting.

natural springs

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  • The hills have natural springs along the fault.
  • She dedicated many abstract pieces of hers to these natural springs.
  • Ein al Qaws is the largest of four natural springs in the Raya valley.

natural rights

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  • This is reflected in her explanation of natural rights.
  • They have certain natural rights to property, to liberty, and to life.
  • Rand believed that natural rights should be enforced by a constitutionally limited government.

natural rock

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  • An alternative name for this natural rock feature is Mother's Jam.
  • These are typically carved in natural rock formations or "marae" sites.
  • The dam and headrace are laid out along natural rock formations in the river.

natural stone

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  • Underpasses and walls were built with natural stone.
  • It was constructed of natural stone (Avesnes limestone?
  • In 1998 the lantern tower underwent restoration, being rebuilt in natural stone.

natural death

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  • Ammana may have died a natural death in prison.
  • I plan on living and dying a natural death when I'm old."
  • The people's Commissariat of Internal Affairs was pursued, but died a natural death in 1934.

natural surroundings

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  • All participated in painting the natural surroundings and local people.
  • Now they are part of the many attractions offered by the natural surroundings.
  • The book explores Boston's development in relation to its natural surroundings.

natural justice

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  • There was no natural justice, just strict discipline and punishment.
  • The rule of fair hearing is the other of the two pillars of natural justice.
  • They said it overturned the traditional Scottish law to such cases, and was a breach of natural justice.

natural host

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  • Bacteria serve as the natural host.
  • Plants serve as the natural host.
  • However, monarchs raised on their natural host plant, milkweed, were noxious to jays - in fact, jays that ingested them vomited.

natural elements

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  • A serrated leaf edge may reduce the force of wind and other natural elements.
  • The dogs have a pantheon of gods for different natural elements, like forests and earth.
  • Ti Noel joins Macandal and both learn about the magical attributes of these natural elements.

large natural

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  • The dictionary defines a river as a large natural stream.
  • Portsmouth Harbour Portsmouth Harbour is a large natural harbour in Hampshire, England.
  • The country has one large natural lake, Lake Bosumtwi, located about 32 kilometers southeast of Kumasi.

such as natural

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  • It is also prone to other adverse shocks such as natural disasters.
  • Concepts and models used in evolutionary biology, such as natural selection, have many applications.
  • Employment is primarily in government and industries such as natural resource extraction, shipping, and transportation.

natural hosts

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  • Bacteria serve as natural hosts.
  • Plants serve as natural hosts.

natural reserve

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  • As a natural reserve, it also has unique environmental and scenic value to the city.
  • There is a joint name for the contiguous natural reserve area: Pasvik–Inari Trilateral Park.
  • The Canche and its valley have been incorporated into a national natural reserve since 1987.

natural sources

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  • The state had to look over and protect the natural sources of water.
  • But such amounts would not ordinarily be encountered in natural sources.
  • Many organochlorine compounds have been isolated from natural sources ranging from bacteria to humans.

natural systems

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  • These formal systems simulate the natural systems.
  • Doubles are sometimes given conventional meanings in otherwise mostly natural systems.
  • Thus pheromones generate structure in a food web and play critical roles in maintaining natural systems.

natural languages

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E.g.
  • Etherpad Lite supports many natural languages.
  • The constructed language Lojban has two words that act similar to a copula in natural languages.
  • Fictional languages are also distinct from natural languages in that the former do not have native speakers.

natural choice

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E.g.
  • He was seen as the natural choice to become his assistant secretary.
  • Arniko was a natural choice.
  • Beethoven was generally seen as the natural choice for a European anthem.

natural ecosystems

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E.g.
  • The country has established the Coastal CO Removal Belt (CCRB) which is composed of artificial and natural ecosystems.
  • Faced with this problems, Catalan authorities initiated several measures whose purpose is to protect natural ecosystems.
  • The Shield is covered in parts by vast boreal forests in the south that support natural ecosystems as well as a major logging industry.

natural forest

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E.g.
  • The amount of natural forest in Western Europe is just 2–3% or less, in European Russia 5–10%.
  • It is located in Lwivala natural forest which local communities perform rituals and traditional ceremonies.
  • His stairway at Villa Mairea, he evokes feelings of a natural forest by binding beech wood with withes into columns.

compressed natural

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E.g.
  • The "Columbia" is powered by compressed natural gas (GNG), unlike the biodiesel-powered "Mark Twain".
  • The company commits to transitioning its Pennsylvania vehicle fleet to compressed natural gas (CNG) within five years.
  • New York has the largest clean-air diesel-hybrid and compressed natural gas bus fleet in the country, and some of the first hybrid taxis.

natural enemies

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E.g.
  • They have a lifespan of about 60 years with no known natural enemies.
  • It has few natural enemies except for birds of prey and large snakes such as pythons.
  • Mealybugs may become a serious pest of pineapples if ants are present to protect mealybugs from their natural enemies.

natural form

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E.g.
  • Tantalcarbide is a natural form of tantalum carbide.
  • As a result, the tree never fully returns to its initial natural form.
  • The lower half of the house was constructed of Island sandstone in its natural form.

natural killer

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E.g.
  • Depletion of CD8+ T cells prior to a MCMV infection effectively upregulates the antiviral activity of natural killer cells.
  • IL-12 and IL-23 help with the activation and differentiation of natural killer cells and CD4+ T lymphocyte, both of which contribute to inflammation.
  • In 2019 researchers published a crossing of a "prkdc" and a "IL2rga" strain that produced transparent, immunodeficient offspring, lacking natural killer cells as well as B- and T-cells.

several natural

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E.g.
  • On the territory of the peninsula are located several natural preserves (zapovedniks):
  • Boric acid is mildly antimicrobial, and several natural boron-containing organic antibiotics are known.
  • The 11th Carabinieri Brigade also intervened, through its subordinate units, in several natural disasters through the years.
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