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Social factors also are at the heart of any pandemic response, particularly before the development of a vaccine.
While the question of how Ethiopia deals with its debts—particularly through this program—is extremely important, it is just one aspect of the country’s recovery from the pandemic, and future prosperity.
While everyone is still waiting on Census data to tell us what districts and communities may be shifting this year, there are already some examples of where these communities’ voices could be particularly important, Erikat said.
The BlackLight Summit, scheduled for March 4-6, is a dance exhibition and discussion centering and affirming the narratives and experiences of marginalized groups, particularly from the BIPOC and LGBTQ communities.
Another, particularly at the seed stage, is the complexity of rounds today.
Pine siskins are particularly susceptible because of their tendency to flock together in groups.
I wanted to see more unity and less division, particularly after what had just transpired.
Even with the updated figures, though, it’s still not the case that the number of deaths in nursing homes in New York was particularly exceptional as a function of the total number of covid-19 fatalities.
This is a particularly concerning pattern, Tejani said, amid a pandemic that has caused massive job losses, particularly among women.
Shelton Leipzig recalled Do Not Track’s demise, having listened in on a particularly heated W3C Do Not Track meeting back then.

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION