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  1. frees

  2. feres

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of reefs in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of reefs in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of reefs in a Sentence

  1. Mary Crowley:

    If one can remove nets before it comes ashore on beaches or on reefs, it's much more effective, once the nets are on the reefs, removal of the net needs to be done carefully so not to damage the reefs.

  2. Stephen Simpson:

    There is a severe food security risk in the tropics, no species are already activated to temperatures warmer than the tropics, so you could see a real crash in food fish populations. And these are places where coastal nations often have no other protein in the diet other than the fish from coral reefs.

  3. Dr James Kerry:

    The central section of the reef is now displaying the same extent of bleaching as in the north, going over those reefs this year, you can tell how low the coral cover was. It was shocking to see the fallout from last year's event.

  4. Pete Malinowski:

    Without the oyster reefs, the whole shoreline is fundamentally changed, we think oyster reefs can be part of an integrated approach to resiliency and proactive planning for climate change.

  5. Caroline Palmer:

    There is currently a lot of interest in creating more tolerant corals through genetic engineering and of restoring reefs by targeting more resilient corals, i fully support these approaches, but believe understanding what drives coral health will be key to their success.

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    a protective covering (as for a knife or sword)
    • A. ignominy
    • B. impurity
    • C. reciprocal
    • D. sheath

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