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An economic rebound in 2021 could further negate the drop in greenhouse gas emissions, the BloombergNEF study says.
In a letter posted on the company’s website, Chief Medical Officer Merdad Parsey said the findings don’t negate other results.
If you’ve been running search activity for some time, and happen to have a large list of historic search terms, it may be worth reviewing in case terms that should have been negated fell through the cracks.
It has crippling productivity problems that negate any benefit you could get from the two-screen design, it's extremely awkward in day-to-day use, and it's very buggy.
To learn more about what HP is doing to negate its environmental impact and Lores’ approach to diversity and inclusion within the company, tune into the latest episode of “Leadership Next” at the link below or wherever you get your podcasts.
The airport’s initial “strong performance,” the group says, was “severely negated by the collapse in air travel” in February and March.
This morning, I negated a word that cost a campaign more than $3 for the one click it received in a brand campaign last week.
Some people have suggested that planting trees could help to negate the impact of global warming.
Nevertheless they are of considerable value in confirming, negating, or modifying the ethnographic data.
On the other hand, as regards the point of allegiance, he was negating the whole established doctrine of the British constitution.
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