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When it comes to mating, the banded mongoose (Mungos mungo) likes to keep things in the family.
So, why would a species like the banded mongoose favor breeding between relatives?
But she said through the accusations from Rome and the hurt they caused, the American sisters have banded together.
Us old men have banded together to hopefully create another teen classic for a new generation, Vampire Academy.The Makers of ‘Mean Girls’ and ‘Heathers’ Discuss ‘Vampire Academy’ and Coming-of-Age Movies|Daniel Waters, Mark Waters|February 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Israel's Society for the Protection of Nature said it was not the first time a Muslim country thought a bird it banded was a spy.
These veinlets produce that alternation in mineral composition and banded structure which are essential in gneisses.
It had not, however, but a letter was banded to the Provost while he waited.Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare|E. Nesbit
The axle of the phton had been split, and must be temporarily patched up and banded.The Other Girls|Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
To either side of the road lay fields of wheat, of clover, of corn, banded and broken by shadowy forest.The Long Roll|Mary Johnston
Our people have banded together; but it is for the purpose of declaring ourselves against unlawful taxation.The Boy Spies with the Regulators|James Otis