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Reports on the citizen-observer iNaturalist site suggest that in Georgia, jorō spiders already cover some 40,000 square kilometers, Davis and Frick report February 17 in Physiological Entomology.Invasive jorō spiders get huge and flashy — if they’re female|Susan Milius|March 30, 2022|Science News
Frick said the report showed the potential for unemployment claims to start trending upward after months of steady declines.
The International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s bat specialist group, which includes Frick, initially advocated for the hands-off approach in April.
For Frick, speaking up for bats has always been a part of being a bat biologist.
For months, though, Frick has avoided research that would put her within spitting distance of bats.
It was edited by Amy Pyle and copy edited by Sheela Kamath and Nikki Frick.
This story was edited by Robert Salladay and copy edited by Nikki Frick and Christine Lee.
Another image by Piero della Francesca, from his St. Augustine Altarpiece and now on view at the Frick Collection in New York.
It belongs to the Clark institute in Williamstown, Mass., and is now in the little Piero show at the Frick Collection in New York.
This story was edited by Amy Pyle and copy-edited by Nikki Frick and Christine Lee.Accuracy Falls by Wayside as VA Rushes to Clear Vast Backlog|Aaron Glantz|November 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Henry Clay Frick, in absolute control of the firm, incarnates the spirit of the furnace, is the living emblem of his trade.
Accompanied by her four little orphans, she recently gained admittance to Mr. Frick.
As I raise the weapon, I see Frick clutch with both hands the arm of the chair, and attempt to rise.
I hear a sharp, piercing cry, and see Frick on his knees, his head against the arm of the chair.
I aimed at the many-headed hydra whose visible representative was Frick.