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an opportunity to enjoy the beauty of nature in Alaska
Barone’s interest was in nature, wildlife, and birds.
He’s always loved pitting his skills against the forces of nature.
It’s the nature of plastic to melt under high temperatures.
They must understand the nature of our opposition to nuclear testing.
Medical records, by their very nature, contain sensitive information.
Dunston refused to reveal the true nature of her work.
The role of the Board is only advisory in nature.
The pony has a very gentle nature.
Apes are curious by nature.
It isn’t in my nature to be pushy or aggressive.
If we can appeal to Charlotte’s better nature we can work out a compromise.
His behaviour was inappropriate for a meeting of this nature.
The consultation will be more in the nature of a public meeting than a formal enquiry.