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It’s very difficult to do a comparative cost-effectiveness analysis of different climate projects, and experts freely admit they’re not 100 percent sure they’ve made the best recommendations.
It’s not encouraging that they’re essentially admitting they have no profitable places to invest the other 80% of their earnings.
In 2015, the automaker admitted that about 11 million of its diesel vehicles worldwide were fitted with devices that gave false readings during emissions tests.
In my household, it has led to more chaos than I would like to admit.
Neil Carson, the CEO of rival data startup Yellowbrick, admits that Snowflake’s software is a “brilliant innovation.”
I’m a little embarrassed to admit that after some 14 years of living in Washington, my sit-down with Roubie and his staff was my first actual visit there.
It’s destined to be a serious Craigslist bargain in another few years when owners throw in the towel after admitting that fashion is never going to catch up to this motorcycle.
22 OF THE WEIRDEST CONCEPT MOTORCYCLES EVER MADEBY JOHN BURNS/CYCLE WORLDSEPTEMBER 10, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Zandvliet has admitted there is little proof to back up her theory that a family history of autoimmune disease might put someone at greater risk of vaccine injury.
We should have to admit that the new law does little or nothing to relieve such a situation.
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
The case should at such times be opened for a few hours each day to admit the drying air.
HOW TO KNOW THE FERNSS. LEONARD BASTIN

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