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Leaders across the region have watched as health metrics backslide, prompting additional social and economic restrictions this week as caseloads mirror a national surge.

Shadows and mirrors produce some of the most evocative effects.

Within low-income neighborhoods, with higher percentages of residents who are people of color, more people would be infected, which mirrors real-life patterns of transmission.

Being secluded and not being able to go anywhere, it’s been like a mirror.

The rose-gold mirrored lens works well in all but the very lowest light conditions, and it was perfect on partially cloudy days, when the light is always changing.

Polls told a more accurate story in other key states, showing close races in both Arizona and Georgia, which appear to have mirrored the outcomes.

These increases in survival after hospitalization for the coronavirus in England mirrored the changes in New York City.

After a long drive through a sea of mottled, green grasslands, I took a sharp left turn down a washboard road and watched as my van kicked up a plume of dust in the rearview mirror.

The US has long functioned as a global mirror with many nations viewing it as the epitome of modernity and measuring their “progress” against that imagery.

The highly partisan vote on the confirmation mirrors the divisions in the country leading up to the election and on some of the issues that will be before the high court in the near future.


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