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With viral transmission, mutations and vaccinations in flux, the pandemic in the United States has reached an unpredictable phase in which human behavior may be the most incalculable variable.
SIGNS OF LIFE AMID SIGNS OF CONCERN IN THE SECOND YEAR OF THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMICJOEL ACHENBACH, RYAN SLATTERY, KAYLA RUBLE, CAREN CHESLERMARCH 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Seemingly endless purgatory of deferred merriment and lukewarm takeout peppered with incalculable tragedies, great and small.
The damage done by this misguided opinion is incalculable and puts young people in danger.
The incalculable hours of giving speeches, campaigning and fundraising came to naught.
In a few months it will be at genius level, and a few months after that, its powers will be incalculable.
Thousands of lives were lost, and property to an incalculable extent was destroyed.
From this time, by the help of these machines, immense and incalculable riches will accrue to the nation.
They couldn't quite reckon upon what I should do; they felt I had reserves of experience and incalculable traditions.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
And brains at their best are only a ploughed field teeming always and forever with the worries of incalculable harvests.
MOLLY MAKE-BELIEVEELEANOR HALLOWELL ABBOTT
Neither medicine nor rhetoric can promise achievement, for in either case there is always something incalculable.

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