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They are a part of a pattern of growing fire risk, emerging from a confluence of factors exacerbated by humans, spanning from ignitions to urban planning to forest management to climate change.
While that strange confluence of events may have surprised many, it didn’t surprise Lyric Jain, a 24-year-old, Cambridge-educated engineer who lives in the United Kingdom.
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Still, thanks to a confluence of events — from a battering of the broader retail industry to the runaway growth of Amazon specifically — both big and small fulfillment centers are beginning to spring up and fast.
Then overnight, the confluence of two potent forces shrank what looked like a long timetable.
For the publishing industry, this confluence of disruption has had a massive impact of on advertising revenue.
Washington attacked a French encampment at the confluence of the Alleghany and Monongahela.
At the confluence of these two rivers there was the finest assemblage of Savages that I have yet seen.
Small craw-fish387 go up as far as the mountains,388 and the larger as far as the confluence of the Indus and the Acesines.
Erdil is a tiny derelict Christian village situated in the Oramar valley a little above its confluence with the Zab.
Between these rivers, and nestling inside of their very confluence, reposes Harper's Ferry.

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