Thesaurus / condition


Most of the time, you’re better off running a modern studless winter tire, like these Nokians, and staying home if conditions reach the point where those might not be enough.
As you might imagine, we have several duplicates of kitchen gadgets, all of which are in very good condition.
None of it was easy, but it taught her a lot about the human condition.
Police say she’s listed in critical condition at a hospital.
She alleged that they were responsible for the crash because Zobayan had not properly checked the weather before taking off and had flown into unsafe conditions.
Wright had cancer, one of the conditions that make it more likely that someone who contracts covid-19 will succumb to it.
The relevant issue, Smith said, is not so much what condition the NFL will be in by the fall, but what condition the country will be in.
Britt Reid, Andy’s son and the Chiefs’ outside linebackers coach, was involved in a car crash that left two children injured, including a 5-year-old in critical condition.
Having this “anchor point”, she added, helps companies base their own stance on what is a fair salary in a global context, and avoid becoming incentivized to rely on outsourcing to markets with lower salary conditions.
That’s down from approximately 300 in the press box and 700 in auxiliary seating at a Super Bowl under normal conditions.


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