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The mayor and her team made an offer to our members late last night, which merits further review.
Their argument is usually written off as hypocrisy or bitterness, its merits rarely given the attention it deserves.
So when you’re reading this, you can breathe a little easier since there are ways to get merit aid.
It’s a lot easier to have an opinion on cancel culture than it is to have an opinion on the merits of a coronavirus relief package.
There’s merit to that perspective, and it’s clear how a rational person might arrive at that conclusion.
Heightening oversight on online information could have merit when it comes to battling misinformation.
If her suddenly dreadful grades shut her out from merit-based scholarships, she has decided she probably won’t go to college after all.
A STEADY STREAM OF LATINO STUDENTS WAS ARRIVING ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES. THEN THE PANDEMIC HIT.DANIELLE DOUGLAS-GABRIEL, HANNAH NATANSON, JOHN D. HARDENJANUARY 31, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Within the ranks of the professional astronaut corps, there may very well be skepticism, if not outright objection, so their goal is to prove their merit through conviction and a humble dedication the endeavor deserves.
They spent months arguing vociferously about the merits of single-payer health care versus the public option.
Meaning no financial merits for Alphabet—and so went the project.
A LOON COMES DOWN TO EARTHLUCINDA SHENJANUARY 22, 2021FORTUNE

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