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  • …と結合[合同]して,と協力して
  • These materials are used in combination.
  • これらの材料は合わせて使用する
  • A combination of factors is also possible.
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  • A task force was formed and was partially successful at reducing gang activity by a combination of removing gang-related graffiti and educating news sources to not name gangs in news reporting.
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  • After a tenuous start, however, the pair found form, and were able to form a relatively successful combination.
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  • After various colour combinations in the 1990s, including gold and navy, bright yellow, black and grey, and ecru, the club alternated between yellow and white away kits until the 2008–09 season, when it re-introduced the grey kit.
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  • An initial study indicated that selegiline in combination with levodopa increased the risk of death, but this was later disproven.
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  • Based on a combination of contemporary accounts, paintings, and specimens, Julian Hume has inferred that at least eleven transported Dodos reached their destinations alive.
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  • By 1699 the neighbouring Toquegua no longer existed as a separate people because of a combination of high mortality and intermarriage with the Amatique Indians.
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  • By the end of July, over half of the settlers had died, most from a combination of scant rations and overwork.
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  • Flooding of the Potomac River, however, caused by a combination of high tide, storm surge, and runoff, has been known to cause extensive property damage in Georgetown.
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  • From 2005 to 2010, Duke has placed in the top three every year (and finished first in 2005 through 2007) among Division I schools in the National Collegiate Scouting Association Power Rankings—a combination of the institution's Director's Cup standing, its athletic graduation rate, and its academic rank in U.S.
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  • Further inland, the combination of strong winds and rains left heavy crop damage, destroying 3 million bushels of corn and another million bushels of soybeans; losses to the corn crop were mitigated due to about half of the crop having been harvested before the storm's arrival.
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  • He capitalised in the final by coming from sixth at the 50 m mark to win bronze medal in a personal best of 48.56 s, making him the only person to medal in the 100–200–400 combination in Olympic history.
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  • He set a pattern for the line of more charismatic and successful actors that were to succeed him in this combination of roles.
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  • In 1971, funding to both Georgia Tech's academic units and the Experiment Station began to suffer due to a combination of a sharp decline in state funds and cuts to federal science, research, and education funding after the end of the Space Race funding boom.
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  • It has been estimated that of 92 potentially possible modes of life – combinations of feeding style, tiering and motility — no more than a dozen are occupied by the end of the Ediacaran.
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  • It is possible to treat regular diamonds under a combination of high pressure and high temperature to produce diamonds that are harder than the diamonds used in hardness gauges.
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  • It should also not be given in combination with pethidine (meperidine) under any circumstance due to the risk of serotonin syndrome.
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  • Kentikian used her speed and combinations to dominate her opponent through the ten rounds, winning every round on the judges' scores.
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  • Medieval cookery was described as revolting due to the often unfamiliar combination of flavors, the perceived lack of vegetables and a liberal use of spices.
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  • Middlegame combinations are often connected with an attack against the opponent's king; some typical patterns have their own names; for example, the Boden's Mate or the Lasker–Bauer combination.
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  • Miner wanted to use a combination of the designs from Tom Savini and Carl Fullerton, but as work progressed the design began to lean more and more toward Savini's concept.
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  • Most industrialized countries have switched to IPV, which cannot revert, either as the sole vaccine against poliomyelitis or in combination with oral polio vaccine.
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  • Opened in 2007 to replace an old and inadequate visitor center, the Craig Thomas facility was built with a combination of federal grants and private donations.
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  • Primate species move by brachiation, bipedalism, leaping, arboreal and terrestrial quadrupedalism, climbing, knuckle-walking or by a combination of these methods.
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  • Recombination and reassortment do not alter allele frequencies, but instead change which alleles are associated with each other, producing offspring with new combinations of alleles.
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  • Some of these treatments involve the combination of drugs that are already in use for multiple sclerosis, such as the joint administration of mitoxantrone and glatiramer acetate (Copaxone).
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  • Stefani's clothing also took influence from Japanese fashion, in a style described as a combination between Christian Dior and Japan.
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