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The city concocted a plan to raise the hotels’ property taxes in a way they could pass along to their customers, like the hotel room tax.
A CONVENTION CENTER EXPANSION IS STILL YEARS AND SEVERAL COURT BATTLES AWAYSCOTT LEWISAUGUST 25, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
She and her colleagues previously showed that treating corals with carefully concocted probiotic cocktails could mitigate coral bleaching in lab experiments.
PROBIOTICS HELP LAB CORALS SURVIVE DEADLY HEAT STRESSJONATHAN LAMBERTAUGUST 13, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
The concocted calculation proved highly popular in social sciences, biomedical and epidemiological research, neuroscience and biological anthropology.
HOW THE STRANGE IDEA OF ‘STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE’ WAS BORNBRUCE BOWERAUGUST 12, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
The friend told the IG agent that he was not there in any formal capacity for the FBI and that Ibrahim had concocted the story, according to court records.
DEA AGENT TRESPASSED AT CAPITOL ON JAN. 6 AND LIED ABOUT IT, PROSECUTORS SAYRACHEL WEINERJULY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Doping shreds public trust in athletics and in each affected sport — not just in countries known for concocting systematic doping measures, but right here in the United States.
ROAD TO THE OLYMPICS: MODERN CHEATERSSEAN CULLIGANJULY 7, 2021OZY
Rhodes has denied concocting any plan to storm Congress, while acknowledging the possibility he might be arrested.
ALLEGED SUPPORTERS OF RIGHT-WING THREE PERCENTERS GROUP CHARGED IN NEW JAN. 6 CAPITOL RIOT CONSPIRACYSPENCER HSU, RACHEL WEINERJUNE 10, 2021WASHINGTON POST
At about the same time Rogers was crafting his Hallmark display, two behavioral scientists concocted an experiment.
WE NEED MORE KINDNESS IN OUR LIVES: LET'S MAKE 143 DAY A NATIONAL HOLIDAY TO HONOR MR. ROGERS' LEGACYGREGG BEHR AND RYAN RYDZEWSKIMAY 21, 2021TIME
His is an incomprehensible brilliance, one that inspires awe when he concocts some kind of original, astounding play on the field, one that leaves brows furrowed when he can’t restrain his mercurial nature.
FOR AARON RODGERS AND A NEW BREED OF SUPERSTAR, A DREAM JOB IS NO LONGER GOOD ENOUGHJERRY BREWERMAY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
With players able to transfer more freely, coaches and athletic departments will have to work harder to concoct fuller and more rewarding experiences than the scholarship and playing-time opportunities they provide.
NCAA’S TRANSFER CHANGES ARE GOOD FOR ATHLETES AND CHALLENGING FOR COACHES. SEEMS FAIR.JERRY BREWERAPRIL 16, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Channel the nuns of colonial Mexico and concoct your own saucy, sticky creation.
LEARN TO MAKE CAJETA, A MEXICAN CONFECTION WITH MULTILAYERED SWEETNESS AND HISTORYADRIANA VELEZAPRIL 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO CONCOCT

  • alter
  • concoct
  • convert
  • deal with
  • dispose of
  • fulfill
  • handle
  • make ready
  • prepare
  • refine
  • take care of
  • transform
  • treat
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