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That future is attainable – if we set our sights high enough.
At its core, the 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV offers some of the most advanced driver assistance technology on the market in an EV package for an attainable price.
Chevy’s press department says that the goal is to “make EVs attainable to everyone.”
Natural doogh is not easily attainable outside of Iran, but you can still produce an incredibly tasty liquid kashk at home by combining soured yogurt, water and salt to taste.
The development of increasingly small and inexpensive personal computers made the end of the office seem attainable.
Especially with the uncertainty of income and spending at the moment, we really focus our concerns on pieces that are attainable to anybody.
There is room for much speculation in this field, but no certainty appears to be attainable.
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But perhaps you are a chemist, and proud, as most chemists are, of the accuracy attainable in that most demonstrative science.
All believers may not enjoy this blessing; few may attain to it in any comforting or satisfactory measure; yet it is attainable.
They did not believe that absolute truth was attainable by man; and they attacked the prevailing systems with great plausibility.

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