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While the DoJ had submitted inquiries to the company, Clover Health downplayed the issue, characterizing it as a regular occurrence in the industry that it did not consider material to its investors.
We can thank some combination of Oklahoma State and the NCAA for delivering the sort of subplot that has been a once-every-few-years occurrence.
In an essay in August, when global covid-19 deaths stood at around 600,000, Bill Gates pointed out that climate change fatalities could reach that level by 2060—but as an annual occurrence.
Either we try to piece the world back together as it was before this catastrophic occurrence, or we can use this shared event as the founding moment of a unifying global narrative.
It’s a common occurrence that the agency has failed to address.
There were four reported cases of recipients suffering Bell’s palsy, an often temporary and non–life threatening paralysis of facial muscles, but the FDA has said those occurrences were consistent with the rate in the general population.
In Mitchell, the medical emergency helicopter, once a rare occurrence, now comes nearly every day, ferrying the growing number of people desperately ill with covid-19 to a hospital that might be able to save them.
Giffords watched her husband’s swearing-in from the visitors’ gallery, a rare occurrence as the public galleries in the chamber have been largely closed since mid-March because of the coronavirus.
Unlike the TVA, Georgia Power has purchased land without the occurrence of a sudden catastrophe.
Specifics like the setting, the weather, the people, and the events combine to create an occurrence that has never happened before and will never happen again.
THE 10-STEP GUIDE TO SURVIVAL IN AN EMERGENCYBY TIM MACWELCH/OUTDOOR LIFESEPTEMBER 29, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
SYNONYM OF THE DAYAPRIL 23, 2021

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