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It’s not a panacea or a way to fully absolve ourselves of responsibility, but offsets can help, especially where eliminating emissions won’t happen easily—just be sure to do your homework to find a solid program.
The challenge for Kohl’s will be to avoid the trap Penney fell into, thinking that Sephora was a panacea to its overall difficulties.
Still, technology may not be a panacea for the hard-pressed farming sector.
Free fridges are not a panacea to food insecurity, says Sam Pawliger, who is heading up a community fridge project out of the Clinton Hill Fort Greene Mutual Aid group in Brooklyn.
They have to acknowledge that recreation is not a panacea and that there are hard things that come with the outsize power of visitors there for the outdoors.
Ahimsa truly understood is in my humble opinion a panacea for all evils mundane and extra-mundane.
Take him in repose, and he looked a lank ascetic who dreamed of a happy land where flagellation was a joy and pain a panacea.
She saw a pained look flit over the countenance of the visitor, and administered the only panacea she possessed.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
I shall next proceed to consider the Bill which the Government have introduced as a panacea for the woes of Ireland.
They contained about 60% alcohol, therefore it was a panacea for all ills that Harrison was afflicted with, and he had many.

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