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Driven by young Burmese who came of age with internet access and the comparative freedoms of the last decade, the civil disobedience movement is being organized online, particularly on Facebook, which is hugely popular in the country.
This image has popped up in other comparative contexts, but this is by far the most visible this photo has ever been.
Aircraft or spacecraft—either way it was thousands or even millions of pounds of explosive, high-speed hardware controlled by a comparative fly-weight bit of human.
Forty-six states have abandoned that standard in favor of a comparative negligence standard, which dictates how responsibility for a collision would be shared between those involved.
Despite that comparative drop-off, Rapinoe still finished in the top five in the NWSL in goals per 90 minutes in 2017 and 2018.
He wrote that in a debate between two experts, the one who displays “comparative quickness and smoothness,” and has rebuttals at the ready, could be considered the one with thorough understanding of the issue.
They are still comparatively supple, and any misplaced pinnæ may be re-arranged without any difficulty.
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Wheat gives place to Rye about the same time, and the Potato, at first comparatively rare, becomes universal.
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Non-meerschaum smokers may not know what a delicate task this is, but once well begun the rest is comparatively easy.
The female elephant killed by our hunters at this time was a comparatively small one.
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