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According to Heck, meteorite researchers are unlike other scientists in that they rely on ordinary people to recover samples rather than finding them on their own.
PRISTINE 'FIREBALL’ METEORITE CONTAINS EXTRATERRESTRIAL ORGANIC COMPOUNDSRACHAEL ZISKOCTOBER 29, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The record of this risk to public health, even in ordinary times, is clear.
HEALTH-CARE WORKERS FILE LAWSUIT AGAINST OSHA, ACCUSING AGENCY OF FAILING TO KEEP THEM SAFEELI ROSENBERGOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Information gets out through the workings of gravity itself — just ordinary gravity with a single layer of quantum effects.
THE MOST FAMOUS PARADOX IN PHYSICS NEARS ITS ENDGEORGE MUSSEROCTOBER 29, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
If it were counted as a bonus, it would be taxed like part of the executives’ salaries, at the higher ordinary income tax rate.
SUSAN COLLINS BACKED DOWN FROM A FIGHT WITH PRIVATE EQUITY. NOW THEY’RE UNDERWRITING HER REELECTION.BY JUSTIN ELLIOTT, PROPUBLICA, AND THEODORIC MEYER, POLITICOOCTOBER 29, 2020PROPUBLICA
An FDA spokesperson said that nothing out of the ordinary had occurred.
ONE DOCTOR’S CAMPAIGN TO STOP A COVID-19 VACCINE BEING RUSHED THROUGH BEFORE ELECTION DAYDAVID ROTMANOCTOBER 19, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
China’s long-anticipated digital yuan has arrived in the wallets of some ordinary citizens.
HERE’S A FIRST GLIMPSE OF CHINA’S DIGITAL YUANJANE LIOCTOBER 13, 2020QUARTZ
There’s some sense of anticipation about being in those places that are quite ordinary.
‘FLIGHTS TO NOWHERE’ ARE POPULAR. EXPERTS EXPLAIN THE PSYCHOLOGY BEHIND THE COVID-ERA CONCEPTGRADY MCGREGOROCTOBER 11, 2020FORTUNE
For ordinary users, the more visible changes may be the steps Twitter is taking to slow rapid-fire retweeting of others.
WITH ELECTION DAY LOOMING, TWITTER IMPOSES NEW LIMITS ON U.S. POLITICIANS — AND ORDINARY USERS, TOOELIZABETH DWOSKIN, CRAIG TIMBERGOCTOBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In ordinary times, the director of national intelligence would not release what are essentially raw intelligence files.
PENCE’S ALLEGATIONS ABOUT HILLARY CLINTON: A GUIDE FOR THE PERPLEXEDGLENN KESSLEROCTOBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
There is none of that unloading of folding chairs or anything else so ordinary.
THE FIRST ROLLS-ROYCE SUV HAS TRICKS THAT MIGHT ACTUALLY JUSTIFY ITS PRICE TAGDAN CARNEYOCTOBER 5, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE

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