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In another, she explains that the profession does not tend to attract people who have “patience for ambiguity.”
Such uncertainty generates stress, Boss said, and “coping with stress, coping with ambiguity, is especially hard.”
For example, decades-old state laws have left some ambiguity about whether the council can on its own roll back a police commissioner’s discipline authority.
NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL PROPOSES SWEEPING NYPD REFORMSBY ERIC UMANSKY AND JOAQUIN SAPIENFEBRUARY 1, 2021PROPUBLICA
It’s this moral ambiguity that modernizes the historical narrative, as scripted by Sarah Williams, who previously adapted Levy’s Small Island for the BBC.
This ambiguity stands in contrast to recent news that suggests Flint’s story is headed for resolution.
Long-standing tradition—and ambiguity in Red Hat's posted terms—led users to believe that CentOS 8 would be available until 2029, just like the RHEL 8 it was based on.
Proposals for legislation have sought to safeguard legitimate political activity while reducing the legal ambiguities of the offense and other obstacles to enforcement and prosecution.
On the flats, there’s not much ambiguity about whether you should walk or run.
The CPRA removes that ambiguity from the law and more explicitly gives consumers the right to opt out of the “sharing” of their data.
Many newspapers focused on the ambiguity of the race and the unsettled national mood, with headlines that included “The nation waits,” “Wait of the world” and “Waiting to exhale.”

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