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A study published in 2019 in the journal Science of the Total Environment warned that the delta may not be a favorable habitat for Bengal tigers, an already endangered species, for very much longer.
Based on these early rankings, Maryland’s conference schedule is somewhat favorable.
The Republican line-drawing advantage should help the party draw favorable maps that could help the GOP win more seats than we might otherwise expect.
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Getting treatment, however, should not only ease a mother’s symptoms but also improve her child’s odds for a favorable developmental outcome.
Their work has been credited with helping make Nevada a more favorable political landscape for Democrats.
Democrats’ momentum comes after years of a transforming landscape on the ground in Texas, creating favorable conditions for Democratic candidates.
Because Democrats have an edge in early voting, specifically in mail-in voting, states like Florida and North Carolina could very well post results that look favorable to Democrats early in the night.
“What that should tell you and what it tells us, is that there’s a very favorable reaction from our customers to that kind of testing,” Earnest said.
She secured favorable rulings in that case, but it’s been kicked up to a court of appeal.
Moreover, our experience in past elections is that people tend to read more into early voting data than is warranted and often cherry-pick data in ways that are favorable to their preferred party or candidate.
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