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We need to shift institutions to serve the public interest in ways that are commensurate with the nature and scale of the challenges we face.
Ambitious meaning in the range of a 45% to 50% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions on 2005 levels by 2030, a level commensurate with Europe.
Lindsey Purcell, a master arborist and urban forestry expert at Purdue University, said the amount of tree clearing should be commensurate with the amount of power that runs through the line.
And if more than one of these elements are to be considered, how are they to be treated commensurately?
But this change has not commensurately affected the German universities.
But they have not improved either in marching or in fighting at all commensurately with the improved appliances.
The feeling of loyalty which the child has for his home does not extend commensurately to the school.
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Presently it was apparent that as the distance from Yellow Sky grew shorter, the husband became commensurately restless.
He wished at once that he could get something which would pay him commensurately with his ability.
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