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The best available data suggests that infection rates in schools simply mirror the prevalence of covid-19 in the surrounding community — and that addressing community spread is where our efforts should be focused.
Car seats and boosters currently have to pass a test that mirrors the forces in a head-on collision.
By the time the novel coronavirus is in the rearview mirror, riders could be encountering a new type of e-scooter, one that picks up safety tools from modern cars.
Striving for — and sometimes falling short of — cultural relevance, the museum mirrors the awkward cultural transitions that are taking place on the national stage.
In fact, the percentage nearly mirrors the number of Americans — at 42 percent — who said climate change would inform their vote this year, according to Pew.
With the election in the rearview mirror, leaders on Capitol Hill are back to discussing another economic aid package.
With the Seine River as its mirror and protector, the cathedral is the geographical, spiritual and cultural center of France.
His margin – and the areas of the city that produced it – mirror the results in two other city races on the ballot.
The results appear to mirror those of the GOP’s presidential and congressional elections, where Republicans performed significantly better than expected.
“It’s not always best practice to work with people who are mirroring your issues,” MacNair said.
ON A HUMP DAY FOR THE AGES, AMERICANS TRY TO ACT AND FEEL NORMALMAURA JUDKIS, ELLEN MCCARTHY, ASHLEY FETTERSNOVEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST

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