Super Mario World. / Koopa's stone age quests by Nintendo of America Inc.; Cookie Jar Entertainment Inc.;

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Mario 'invents' the wheel, and the cave humans observe site visitors jams and fender benders; To feed his hungry evil dinosaur, King Koopa lures the cave humans to a prehistoric circus on the Neon sort and Mario, Luigi, Princess Toadstool and Yoshi needs to rescue them; King Koopa opens a quick nutrients stand, serving egg Scoopa Koopa sandwiches that are hugely addictive and turns his shoppers into Chickadactyls; Luigi teaches Read more...

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Again, strong similarities with HDPE were found. The search for polyesters derived from plant oils that mimick the properties of PE has progressed considerably, with more success for simulating the behaviour of the amorphous low-density material because generating crystalline morphologies similar to those of the high-density counterpart is difficult. The qualitative difference, however, resides in the fact that one expects these long aliphatic chain polyesters to be biodegradable, with obvious positive ecological and biomedical implications.

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