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That, he says, necessitates the development of a more approachable style of leadership across the company at this time when so many lives are more complicated and more stressful than ever.
Keeping warming below 2˚ C could necessitate sucking out 10 billion tons a year by 2050 and 20 billion annually by 2100, a study by the National Academies found.
Though those reports have been muddied, we do know that the President’s oxygen saturation levels dropped below 94% on two occasions, necessitating supplemental oxygen.
It will also likely necessitate the creation or appointment of a state agency singularly dedicated to fuel treatment, Wara says.
This construction-related damage should not necessitate a complete abatement project in areas unaffected by the city’s work.
It closely follows the wording of the text and does not necessitate any forced supplementation.
A change in the vegetation of a country, would often necessitate the use of new materials.
This work had been so successful as to necessitate a force of four offices and twenty stenographers.
Loose covers that necessitate the bending back of the boards for their removal are not recommended.
This may be due to fragments of bone or soft parts getting between the bones, and may necessitate operative interference.

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