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The postwar period in the US was notably vaccine acceptant, but since the ’80s, vaccine hesitancy has blossomed as infectious disease has become rarer, and a number of debunked studies questioned the vaccine safety record.
COVID VACCINE HESITANCY IS SHOWING UP IN UNEXPECTED PLACESPHILIP KIEFERMARCH 18, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
There have never been any schisms in our religion, because we are all-acceptant.
THE STATUS CIVILIZATIONROBERT SHECKLEY
Her gentle face was so undisturbed, so calmly acceptant of the heinous fact that Brigit could do nothing but stare.
THE HALOBETTINA VON HUTTEN
Where the intrinsic value and acceptant capacity come together there is Effectual value, or wealth.
UNTO THIS LAST AND OTHER ESSAYS ON POLITICAL ECONOMYJOHN RUSKIN
Where there is either no intrinsic value, or no acceptant capacity, there is no effectual value; that is to say, no wealth.
UNTO THIS LAST AND OTHER ESSAYS ON POLITICAL ECONOMYJOHN RUSKIN
He awoke in the morning, acceptant of what he had done in the night.
CLEO THE MAGNIFICENTLOUIS ZANGWILL

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