Thesaurus / low

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Rice cakes, while low in fat, are also low in most other nutrients and may have less fiber than similar snacking options like crackers.
The decision partially upheld a lower-court decision to remove Walker from the ballot, but it reversed that court’s decision to keep Hawkins on.
At low temperatures, most atoms align, magnetizing the material.
The Commerce Department defines Opportunity Zones as low-income census tracts “where new investments, under certain conditions, may be eligible for preferential tax treatment.”
It also says it will keep rates low until inflation averages 2% over an unspecified period.
At the end of Q3, 2015, StarTech encompassed, from high to low as measured by market cap, Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon, Gilead Sciences, Intel, Cisco, Amgen and Celgene.
Khudobin has posted a quality start just 47 percent of the time,27 far lower than his 2019-20 regular-season mark of 73 percent and his career mark of 59 percent.
If you spot any pages with a low score, click on them for a detailed report.
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Morale in the office was low, and it was about to get lower.
If you got a randomly low baseline and a randomly high final value, it looked like you were a non-responder—even though everyone in the simulated study was really a true responder.

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