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The truth is, in most investigations, there may be a myriad of small things going wrong, and “we never find out exactly what the issue is,” Danyluk says.
There are myriad other reasons to embrace the adventure dress.
IN PRAISE OF THE ADVENTURE DRESSALISON VAN HOUTENAUGUST 22, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Digging into environmental studies introduces young people to the myriad ways that our world’s interconnectedness threatens the future.
This protocol opens myriad opportunities for novel diagnostic tools and practical applications.
Anthropologists, psychologists and neuroscientists have all weighed in, so much so that the theories used to explain the purpose of rituals feel as myriad as the forms rituals have taken the world over.
A lack of regular sleep, unhealthy food, a roach-infested hotel room, endless hours of driving and cringe-worthy radio stations are among the myriad challenges reporters may face while on assignment for two weeks.
In 2018, Greitens resigned in disgrace while facing myriad controversies, leading to Parson’s elevation from lieutenant governor.
Optimizing for search today means not only optimizing for the customer experience but for the myriad search result types a well-optimized piece of content can trigger.
Now that we’ve shifted to focusing on that topic, the way to tie in the myriad issues around it—including the environment, equity, diversity, and technology—is to discuss the future of work within the context of a moral economy.
The fact that learning, metabolism, memory, and myriad other functions and systems are affected makes an alteration as basic as the presence of ROS quite interesting.
WHY SLEEP DEPRIVATION KILLSVERONIQUE GREENWOODJUNE 4, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE

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