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They were not being hyperbolic in declaring medical racism a public health crisis.
Plus, by essentially declaring that you quit, you’ve made all the friends you’re going to make in this life, you’re denying yourself whatever joys serendipity has to offer.
Then the city declared it was moving ahead to reopen schools without the consent of the teachers union.
A year after smallpox was declared eradicated, bad lab safety procedures led to another outbreak in Birmingham in the UK.
Further exacerbating the situation, the county sent residents a recent email declaring that just because the state allows people in lower tiers to get vaccinated, “that doesn’t mean that every county is able to do that.”
It is also possible that UEFA could declare the game a forfeit in favor of Liverpool, which would then be given a 3-0 advantage heading into the second and final leg, scheduled for March 10 at Anfield.
She and more than 40 government officials from her National League for Democracy were arrested and the military declared a yearlong state of emergency under the leadership of Commander-in-Chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing.
The violator can be charged with a felony or misdemeanor, a court could order the violator to repay the money he or she received, or the transaction or contract could be declared null and void.
The Kansas City Star in Hawley’s home state declared Hawley had “blood on his hands” in a stunning editorial.
We are declaring a major incident because the threat this virus poses to our city is at crisis point.

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