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Finally, even in the worst-case scenario, in which a child does contract Covid-19, the outcomes of the disease are less severe in younger people than among older adults.
To be sure, people basically gambling with money they would be devastated to lose is bad.
In doing so, the app aims to bring more transparency to how social networks moderate hate speech by showing those who report it what is and isn’t deemed bad enough to be removed.
What investors do appear to have is conviction that earnings for the second quarter likely won’t be as bad as expected.
Sometimes, much as we hate to admit it, a bad race is simply a bad race.
For one, it’s hard to imagine worse future conditions for companies than the impact of coronavirus, and yet their share prices are still holding up.
He stayed there two years before deciding college wasn’t the worst idea.
I’m grateful for having an opportunity to influence how my company becomes more diverse and inclusive, but it sucks that it’s taken such a bad situation to create that interest.
There’s recently been a reckoning on social media about bad behavior within the gaming community.
The "bad form" of telling a lie to the head-master is a later illustration of the same thing.
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