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I hope, as we make our way into spring and summer and some semblance of a new era, we have a concerted effort to make mental health a priority.
There are early signs of more concerted attempts from publishers to be less reliant on Google’s ad tech.
Governor Inslee has convened some of the best public and private resources and capabilities to engage in a concerted effort to optimize and accelerate the vaccination process across our home state.
Back in 2013, the company made a concerted decision to try to displace then-market leader Dyson.
What’s needed now is less a technique for real-time prediction than a fundamental reappraisal of how fire works—and a concerted effort to restore California’s landscapes to something approaching a natural equilibrium.
In this case, however, it appeared that the police did not make a concerted effort to stop the intruders until they were on the Capital’s steps — where videos showed officers not wearing riot gear in shoving matches with rioters.
CAPITOL BREACH PROMPTS URGENT QUESTIONS ABOUT SECURITY FAILURESCAROL D. LEONNIG, AARON DAVIS, DAN LAMOTHE, DAVID FAHRENTHOLDJANUARY 7, 2021WASHINGTON POST
I hope that I will be graduating university into a world where, because of a concerted effort, we are now on track to mitigate the catastrophic impacts of climate change and are well on our way to reaching net-zero emissions.
The surge stemmed from a concerted voter registration drive launched statewide by former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, said Barrett, a veteran of her campaign.
Heavy firing on the Peninsula last night under cover of which the Turks at dawn made, or tried to make, a grand, concerted attack.
Don't set yourself between two cast-iron walls, Mr. Gwynne, because when they do get a concerted move on, they fly like hell.
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