There is no life on Mercury that we know of however, we do not know exactly because we can not get close enough to examine the planet.
i don't know exactly but they are small enough to fit 2 in the palm of your hand I know they can get to be a maximum 4 inches :)
well, we dont exactly know because what ever human there wasnt smart enough to keep the history to know
Exactly what you would expect that girl that you are with to do if some guy likes her but she is with you, fair enough?
theres enough to give the earth a magnetic field. sorry i dont know how much exactly
Not enough information to answer. But, that is exactly the same question the judge is going want to know the answer to when you present your petition.
Yes you can. If you twist it far enough that it breaks. I don't know exactly how but if I did I wouldn't tell it on the Internet.
There's not exactly an amount but its enough when you think its enough!!!!!
I don't exactly know. What i do know though is that she has more than enough. Unless they are just given to her to perform and act on t.v. with!
What exactly do you want to know? What exactly do you want to know?
We don't know exactly when or where Stanley lives. We know he lives in a town with an art museum. We know that he lives far enough from California to be mailed there to save on airplane tickets.
Your question does not contain enough information to be answered. What exactly do you want to know? Are you wanting to know the origin of the last name Brown, or the meaning of it, or how common a last name it is, or what?
"The Santa Barbara gold coin" is not enough information for us to know exactly what you're asking about.
Oddly enough, it is exactly 16.5
Exactly 31, strangely enough!
Strangely enough, it is exactly 8.049!
Your question does not contain enough information to be answered. You did not say what you are asking about! Exactly WHAT in which countries?
Probably. Nobody knows if she does or not.
Don't know exactly by my bro said he herd on the radio it was enough to wrap around the world... Twice
Oddly enough, it is 18.5: exactly as in the question.
Strangely enough, it is 3.125 - exactly as in the question.
When it's close enough to earth, Venus is bright enough to be seen in the daylight sky.But you REALLY have to know exactly where to look for it.You can't just scan around and fall on it, as you can with the moon at night.
Giganotosaurus lived about 97 million years ago. Paleontology is not yet advanced enough, nor is the fossil record complete enough, for us to know more specifically when they first evolved or when exactly they died out.
because life itself is not exactly somthing we know enough about to call real right now with out making our lives (lol) more complex.