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Net-zero solutions are technically conceivable for a range of energy-intensive industries, agriculture and transport methods, but the speed and scale at which they would have to ramp up to meet a 2050 deadline is formidable.

The editors of the New England Journal of Medicine, which published the pivotal study of the vaccine Thursday, called the results a triumph that are impressive enough to hold up to any conceivable review.

Following that trend, it’s conceivable the Nationals will carry three first baseman again.

And Somehow Good is simply snipped off, when it might conceivably have proceeded on its way.

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Or one might conceivably be in a place where the necessaries of life could not be bought for money at all.

Can we conceivably accept these doctrines in the literal sense in which the Church advances them?

I feared he would be shocked at finding me there, would consider my conduct incorrect, conceivably treat me with contempt.

ChanceJoseph Conrad

Time is no force that could conceivably act as a stimulus to a sense organ.

PsychologyRobert S. Woodworth

The backs of several lemmings caught in traps had scars probably made by jaegers or conceivably by snowy owls.

Conceivably it might take much longer with a huge "baby" such as The Brain.

The BrainAlexander Blade

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