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Awareness of signs and symptoms, along with engagement in screening as appropriate, will lead to the eventual eradication of the disease as a major form of cancer.
A few previous studies have found that runners who end up cramping tend to have started the race more quickly compared to their eventual average pace, suggesting that they’re paying the price for overestimating their fitness.
Unfortunately, layoffs are a hard but necessary step to align to our new reality, preserve liquidity and position ourselves for the eventual return to growth.
Some curious bullpen decisions and a Howie Kendrick grand slam later, the Dodgers became another in a line of teams with superior odds to fall to the eventual champs.
Their eventual goal is to be able to isolate RNA or DNA, details that could detect cancers and viruses.
Our friend we knew was faithful, for he had proved himself so, and we enjoyed a silent anticipation of our eventual triumph.
CONFESSIONS OF A THUGPHILIP MEADOWS TAYLOR
Adario, at this period, found an opportunity of making himself felt, and striking a blow for the eventual return of his nation.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
Even Milton's blind eyes pictured nothing so fantastic as this architectural chaos of Manhattan, so hopeless of eventual order.
Five hours to devise one more completely foolproof method of bringing about the eventual ruin of the association.
GONE FISHINGJAMES H. SCHMITZ
Borrow clearly viewed this as only a preliminary success; he had in mind the eventual printing of the whole Bible.

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