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Growers have to adhere to strict oversight, including submitting paperwork each time a plant moves throughout facilities — and its lifecycle.
Water molecules like to adhere to one another, so without any present in the ground to help the flow, they tend to stay on top of the soil.
By way of summary, Apple's new guidelines say that any streaming game apps simply have to "adhere to all guidelines" for non-streaming apps.
China joins the World Trade Organization, agreeing to adhere to multilateral rules enforced by supranational arbitration panels.
All pages in the program are subject to an approval process and must adhere to the platform’s brand safety guidelines.
The starting five need to adhere to the format of two guards, two forwards and a center.
The disinfectant will be applied using electrostatic sprayers, which add an electromagnetic charge to particles of cleaner, making them better adhere to surfaces.
In Canada, two Americans were heavily fined for not adhering to their northern neighbor’s entry restrictions.
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The sport is inherently creative in that runners only have to adhere to a fairly vague seven-point list when crafting a route.
This year, though, Roberts broke the tie, saying that while he still disagreed with the 2016 ruling, he felt he had to adhere to the precedent.

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