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For, in mitigating the symptoms of mental illness, we also work to mitigate the stigma against it.
Albanese says, the most effective method for mitigating bird strikes was shooting birds that presented an immediate danger to aircraft.
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In short, using advanced data analytics we can better assess, price and significantly mitigate risk.
For example, it could be equipped with shock-mitigating seats, a hard top, a crash engine rail, lights, cameras, and so on.
With that information, the team can mitigate the risk of overtraining and can better help its athletes recover from injuries.
Google’s FLEDGE is a concrete example that should be able to mitigate the repercussions of ATT in the long run — but still complying with Apple’s spirit, said Sergio Serra, Product Management at InMobi.
Yet the damage to his prospects was far from enormous, and that may have been mitigated somewhat by polarization.
That plant-based proteins are largely immune to such fluctuations—and help mitigate disease outbreaks that cause spikes in meat prices—is a huge boon across the industry.
Simply put, each neglects the human element of both the attackers, who will adapt their tactics to mitigate such changes, and the targets, the audience whose beliefs and behavior the attackers seek to alter.
Longer-term, existential challenges persist, including adapting to and mitigating the effects of climate change, reining in geopolitical conflicts, and managing both digital divides as well as the effects of accelerated technology advancement.

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