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In the 1920s, they were commonly used in tuberculosis sanatoriums, as these patients were prescribed fresh air.
Therefore, the signal of climate change showed up quite early relative to other things we think about more commonly, like the temperature record.
Some economists, Republicans and moderate Democrats have argued that this third round of “economic impact payments” — more commonly referred to as “stimulus checks” or “relief payments” — should go only to the hardest-hit families.
That threshold is commonly thought to be about 70% of the population.
Congee has a history as a famine food — rice stretched to last with the addition of extra water — and, more commonly nowadays, the ideal sick dish.
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Vaccination against the most commonly sexually transmitted infection, human papillomavirus, is now considered routine.
That’s how you get a situation like the one in Florida, where counties are desperately scheduling clinic visits on the website Eventbrite, more commonly used for concerts and conferences.
These models learn to manipulate and generate language using word embeddings, a mathematical representation of language that clusters words commonly used together and separates words commonly found apart.
Read passages of text, like the “Rainbow Passage” that’s commonly used for respirator fit testing, and see whether the mask slides around too much when you talk.
One of the longest-running education debates — commonly referred to as a war — has been over how to teach reading.

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