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When that happens, the prefrontal cortex “can exert control better,” says Lowe.
However, companies had argued that they could not adopt an employment model unless they exert more control over drivers.
This exerts a horizontal centri­fugal force out toward the feet.
Gears multiply the force an internal combustion engine is able to exert on the wheels.
We also exert gravity back on the Earth, but because we are so small, it doesn’t make much of a difference.
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A good example of why the pandemic and stimulus are exerting a far stronger pull than possible future shifts in policy, he says, is energy.
The agents exert intense pressure on defectors to return, using both threats and incentives that are often delivered via family members still in North Korea.
THE NORTH KOREANS WHO ESCAPE BACK HOMEFIONA ZUBLINOCTOBER 14, 2020OZY
To Gore, that meant exerting a level of control over nature that many biologists might find artificial in the extreme.
The tougher issues, regarding the tight control China’s government exerts over its economy, were deferred to a second phase of talks.
Those factors share almost nothing in common except that Presidents exert little if any control over them.