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Plotz said that coronavirus crisis had also diluted the concentration of media talent in major cities like New York and Washington, as some people move to other locations and work online.

Most recently, Republicans were accused of diluting the power of nonwhite voters with their plans to redraw congressional districts in 2003 and 2011, spurring protracted legal battles.

So Boublil dilutes them before slathering some on a bat wing.

Supporters have said this would dilute the effect of big money on school board races.

The accelerated nature of 21st-century life has also diluted responsibility for our actions.

For some, Davis’s presence might dilute the rest of LeBron’s career, but their respective games actually go hand-in-hand, allowing LeBron to extend his prime.

Gore and his lab members, including Korolev, designed an experiment in which they diluted colonies of brewer’s yeast growing in sugar solutions.

We’ll dig into search, a rising product and revenue area for the company, and how Yext has managed to broaden its product mix without diluting its focus.

“Since justices effectively can’t be fired, except by impeachment, the idea of court packing is to dilute their vote,” Georgetown University law professor Josh Chafetz said in an email to The Fix.

While researchers are still puzzling out exactly how these particles impact climate in the long-term, Schill says the impacts of this more dilute smoke on global climate can’t be ignored.

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