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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Due to climate change, the wetland will experience more frequent periods of extended drought in the future, according to a 2020 study published in PLOS One.
The most frequent use of this strategy, though, has to do with unrest at racial-justice protests.
The ENV135B from Nespresso is an ideal choice for coffee drinkers and hard workers who throw back multiple cups a day and don’t want to deal with frequent tank refilling.
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After finding that through a friend or family member was the most frequent response, Lalo wanted to incentivize customers to give recommendations more frequently.
In all cases, maintaining an edge’s sharpness with frequent touch-ups will be easier than trying to restore a dull edge.
Under normal conditions, hospice workers make frequent face-to-face visits, especially in a patient’s final days.
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Those figures are expected to rise as climate change makes flooding, owing to stronger rainstorms and glacial melting, more frequent and severe.
Some field offices held drive-through ceremonies, while others held more frequent, but smaller, indoor or outdoor ceremonies.
These changes are numerous and frequent but typically microscopic – less than one hundredth of the width of a human hair.
Diacetic acid occurs in the same conditions as acetone, but is less frequent and has more serious significance.

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