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Sparks and molten metal can land on a welder’s hands resulting in instant and catastrophic burns.
The American intelligence community had no idea about the catastrophic consequences that were about to enshroud our country.
It is a sobering journey, one that warns of catastrophic surprises that may be in store.
The catastrophic events of the past year have not shaken Collins’ beliefs.
As America faces the potential for catastrophic coronavirus spikes fueled by highly infectious variants, public health authorities remain wary of imposing the stricter measures adopted by other nations.
The pandemic’s toll has been catastrophic, but governments around the world continue to vaccinate millions of people daily, bringing the end ever closer.
This was new, I thought, but the flood of panic and catastrophic thoughts were familiar.
The judge also said he would trust her and her mother to follow the rules because “the alternative is catastrophic” — jail.
This year, it could be a potentially catastrophic spreader of disease.
Gender equality advocates began bracing for a catastrophic wave of shadow pandemics.

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