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  • It has also been produced artificially, and is often known as green gold.
  • Most of these are only produced artificially, and have very short half-lives.
  • Even if they do not exist, it is possible that they could be constructed artificially.
  • Some are made from parts of more than one kind of animal, or they may be artificially created.
  • As such, he was half human and half-artificially created being.
  • However, this kept prices artificially high and made more people claim poor relief.
  • There are two forms: natural, as found in stone or rock, and those made artificially.
  • The interior of the castle is artificially raised above ground level.
  • However since the field was artificially frozen, the opening season was much longer that with natural ice.
  • Cases of successfully starting new populations by artificially moving several adults to new areas have been reported.
  • If the latter are not incorporated into the model, then average movement times can be artificially decreased.
  • Human population control is the practice of artificially altering the rate of growth of a human population.
  • The species is also occasionally artificially coloured by a process known as painting.
  • Fire making, fire lighting or fire craft is the process of starting a fire artificially.
  • Most mobile games are single player mobile games perhaps with artificially intelligent opponents.
  • The beach was created artificially, with sand brought to the bay from the nearby Pacific coast.
  • Many of these are still extracted from natural sources because they would be more expensive to produce artificially.
  • Unlike the other windows throughout the church, they do not receive natural light from outside and are artificially illuminated instead.
  • In this case, poor soil is better than a rich soil that has been artificially enriched.
  • The city contains several artificially created lakes, some of which still produce gravel and sand.
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Meaning of artificially

  • adverb Not according to nature; not by natural means
    artificially induced conditions