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A nexus between the government, big corporations and corrupt union leaders meant it was impossible for workers to engage in any meaningful collective bargaining.
They don’t exactly see themselves as journalists, or human rights activists, or criminal investigators, but at the nexus of all those groups.
Interest in the farm labor nexus and issues surrounding it came to the first-time founder through Guirguis’ experience helping his cousin start her own farm.
Dozens of attorneys general led by James in New York promised a broad review of Facebook’s business, aiming to explore the nexus between its digital dominance and ever-growing efforts to siphon users’ data.
Interferon’s role represents a new nexus in Covid-19’s complex interaction with the human immune system.
This new nexus of print has grown up in the lifetime of four or five generations, and it is undergoing constant changes.
THE SALVAGING OF CIVILISATIONH. G. (HERBERT GEORGE) WELLS
In our western communities the dangers to the intellectual nexus lie rather on the other side.
THE SALVAGING OF CIVILISATIONH. G. (HERBERT GEORGE) WELLS
As it was, the deification of the ruler had to provide the nexus, as in Alexanders empire.
Moreover, even apart from this, we never survey more than a segment of the entire nexus of historical factors.
This tells us that there is another bond between employer and employee than a mere "cash-nexus."

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