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While the network would not confirm the number of positive cases, a representative said the cases this month do not constitute an outbreak.
I then looked at all schools within the Zip codes that constitute each bucket.
If the trend continues, it will constitute the largest movement of climate migrants in Asia and, indeed, one of the largest in the world.
“Google’s technical integration of its own specialised search services into its near monopoly general search service continues to constitute a clear abuse of dominance,” they argue in the letter to Vestager.
“I have believed for some time now that the newly constituted commission should have staff leadership of its own choosing as it works to reform Maine’s system for delivering indigent legal services,” Pelletier said.
There’s no agreed-upon cutoff for size that I’m aware of that says, this is what constitutes a large droplet aerosol, and this is what constitutes a small one.
The payments constitute 15% to 20% of Apple’s annual profits, according to the lawsuit.
The plaintiffs had argued that Uber’s in-app messaging urging drivers to support Prop 22 constituted illegal political coercion.
Yet those moves don’t appear to constitute a legal conflict of interest, said one government ethics expert.
The election outcome constitutes a compelling endorsement of Ardern, whose decisive response to the first wave of the coronavirus in March was a master class in crisis leadership.

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