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When the teaching of reading is framed as a war, nuance and common areas of agreement are casualties.
I fully expect this vaccination program will be the next casualty of over promising and under delivering.
COP26 was just one of many conference casualties, of course—but climate commitments kept coming despite predictions that action on the issue might completely fall by the wayside as the world battled the virus.
Both, in his view, are casualties of a presidency that has downplayed or dismissed science and medicine in the pursuit of political gain.
Chrysler continued to produce engines in Kenosha until 2010, when it became a casualty of the company’s bankruptcy.
It’s hard to fully process the weight of each loss as the casualties stack up at an accelerating rate.
When companies suddenly moved to remote working, with no timeline as to when—or if—they’d be going back to the office, a likely casualty appeared to be corporate culture.
(a) Was the apparatus for lowering the boats on the Titanic at the time of the casualty in good working order?
(a) What messages for assistance were sent by the Titanic after the casualty, and at what times respectively?
(a) Was ice seen and reported by anybody on board the Titanic before the casualty occurred?

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