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Farmers, seed manufacturers, real estate developers and a few homeowners benefit, at least momentarily, but the gap between what the climate can destroy and what money can replace is growing.

Climate Change Will Force a New American Migrationby Abrahm Lustgarten, photography by Meridith KohutSeptember 15, 2020ProPublica

Besides our vigilance about masking, it was a momentarily magical return to the before times.

The exchanged gluon might momentarily split into a “virtual” quark pair, for instance, before reconstituting itself in a flash.

Magnetic resonance imaging uses a powerful magnetic field to align protons in a patient’s body in a certain direction and then uses radio waves to momentarily knock these protons out of alignment.

During rapid eye movements, the brain momentarily blinds us so that we don’t see our surroundings jump.

Momentarily, now, there was an increasing assurance apparent in the movements of the man.

Joan ThursdayLouis Joseph Vance

The light of ferocity had entirely gone from his eyes; momentarily the whole expression of the face was one of satisfied greed.

El DoradoBaroness Orczy

(a) In our illustration, the shock of coolness generated confusion and suspended belief, at least momentarily.

How We ThinkJohn Dewey

Momentarily, he slowed his pace, thinking he was ripe for a bushwhacking job.

Cam was momentarily spooked—and not "on account of the account," either.

TelempathyVance Simonds

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