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It can lead people to forgo masks, disregard advice about limiting their social interactions, be less vigilant about washing their hands or otherwise set aside best practices that curb the spread of the virus.
Any layoffs will start with non-unionized employees, who are also forgoing raises this year, Metro officials said.
Advocates say the threat of jury sentencing pressures people to forgo their trial rights and accept unfavorable plea deals from prosecutors.
Likewise, when you see people socializing without masks and skipping the physical distancing, it looks “normal” and could make you more likely to forgo them yourself.
The mission is forgoing the scheduled weigh procedure, since a spin maneuver would undoubtedly lead to more material loss, and NASA is confident it has way more than the 60 grams initially sought.
Kocienda’s decision to forgo this model was intentional, he explains.
With this espresso machine, forgo a built-in grinder, experiment all you want, and go for a gorgeous dual boiler great for seamlessly making multiple drinks and creating latte art.
A fertilizer-fed plant may not need N, P, and K deliveries from its root microbiome, but in forgoing these things it loses out on the other things that the root microbiome delivers that foster plant health.
JUNK FOOD IS BAD FOR PLANTS, TOO - ISSUE 90: SOMETHING GREENANNE BIKLé & DAVID R. MONTGOMERYSEPTEMBER 23, 2020NAUTILUS
The forgoing provisions do not apply to children who are under compulsion to attend the national schools.
THE THEORY AND POLICY OF LABOUR PROTECTIONALBERT EBERHARD FRIEDRICH SCHFFLE
He did not at all feel the relief he should have felt at forgoing his daily infliction.

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