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Clinic workers in multiple states have found the new requirements so onerous they’ve started writing all the vaccination records on paper and entering them into the computer by hand when they have free time.
Considering how much money was set aside, the Main Street lending program and municipal lending programs haven’t been well utilized, with critics saying the loans carry onerous requirements.
Clearly, such performance would be regarded as that of a star trader, and not that of a politician with other onerous duties.
The move reflects the agency’s recognition that the two-week quarantine rule is onerous for many people and that most of the public health benefit from quarantining people exposed to the virus can be gained with a more flexible approach.
Obama then seems to try to temper that by adding that the unions were “understandably wary” of standardized testing — but he doesn’t mention just how onerous the testing became.
The program has been widely criticized for having onerous loan terms, and there are ongoing debates about how much risk the program should take on given that losses are ultimately covered by taxpayer dollars.
You might view a text exchange with a relative as conversationally less onerous, for example.
As rival Epic has discovered, Apple and Google can set onerous terms for game developers on their dominant mobile platforms.
Because, you know, form-filling and application-filling can be really onerous in the best of times, and these are the opposite of the best of times.
Nothing is more onerous and more ruinous for the greatest part of the nations than the worship of their Gods!

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