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In proposing to raise the minimum weight for boosters this month, NHTSA made it clear it plans to exclude boosters from side-impact tests it may later adopt.
These regulations reduce the affordability of these areas, excluding lower-income visitors.
So, for example, if a particular inventory isn’t very good at reaching the team’s goal, they’re going to bid-factor that inventory down by a little bit or completely exclude it.
Too often, says Ami Vitale, nature photography excludes the humans whose lives are intertwined with the natural world.
Some measures that are helpful for gauging if a state can safely start to reopen, like the total test count and whether cases have fallen in the previous two weeks, are excluded to focus more on the status of each state’s current Covid-19 outbreak.
Consider the guest list, and perhaps the idea of excluding those at high risk will be motivation enough to postpone the event until things are safer — or hold it remotely.
None of the allegations about excluded poll watchers have been supported by facts.
Khosrowshahi said the company has managed to increase its profits, excluding certain expenses, on each delivery by reducing discounts and by virtue of customers spending more on their orders.
Feeling excluded and socially isolated can trigger physical pain.
One group entirely excluded from the stimulus program was the approximately 2 million inmates of prisons and jails.

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