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While USTR’s profile heightened, Lighthizer largely avoided the limelight, knowing that upstaging his boss could hasten his exit.
“These results suggest cultivating awe enhances positive emotions that foster social connection and diminishes negative emotions that hasten decline,” the researchers concluded in their paper.
New seafloor maps reveal the first clear view of a system of channels that may be helping to hasten the demise of West Antarctica’s vulnerable Thwaites Glacier.
Biochemical changes from loneliness can accelerate the spread of cancer, hasten heart disease and Alzheimer’s, or simply drain the most vital among us of the will to go on.
If that makes male leopards change their migratory patterns permanently, it could hasten the animal’s decline even faster.
LEOPARDS ARE INDEED CHANGING THEIR SPOTSEROMO EGBEJULEAUGUST 14, 2020OZY
By the second process, it is made to the advantage of the issuer of the notes to hasten their withdrawal himself.
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
Who he could not make out, except that it was a Kirton: and it prayed him to hasten down immediately.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
Hasten the time, and remember the end, that they may declare thy wonderful works.
He had perhaps placed in her hand the weapon that should hasten his own defeat, stretch him bleeding on the sand.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
Let them hasten and take up a lamentation for us: let our eyes shed tears, and our eyelids run down with waters.

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