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With solarpunk’s emphasis on peer-to-peer, turning what you desire into reality is not about waiting for an authority to deliver, but to take it upon yourself to organize and manifest.
Humans between the ages of 16 and 24 are the most likely to report feeling lonely, and this is also the age when many mental-health disorders first begin to manifest.
Not that this has mattered much, because there hasn’t been a good way to get any but the crudest measurements of the many rapidly shifting whorls and eddies in turbulence that manifest at scales differing by a factor of up to 10,000.
Now, a new survey from theBoardlist and Qualtrics suggests that that damage is starting to manifest.
This manifests in unequal access to education, poor health outcomes, high child mortality rates and, yes, wage discrimination and limited access to economic opportunities.
Indeed, you might call it the central quality of life, or even the underlying reason for life which, in our case, just happens to be manifested in complex organic molecular structures.
The other options could be that you get the career development that you desire now, or it could manifest itself down the line.
The manifest annoyance of her household was thus easily accounted for, but he marveled at the strength of her bodyguard.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
Between South and North, the probabilities of a serious, and no very distant rupture, are strong and manifest.
There are some folk in this country, you know, who manifest a very retiring disposition at times.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR

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