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We see this freedom isn’t free at all—it comes, sometimes, at perilous cost.
Because many of these tech companies do not have unions, most of the workers who lead or participated in the protests were not labor activists, but workers responding to the perilous situation in which they found themselves.
Here are some made-up game modes that make ghost hunting both more perilous and more ridiculous.
Both men have a good sense for understanding their players and maintaining optimism through perilous times.
The Justice Department is suing Google — but it’s the government’s power to police Big Tech that’s on trialThe Google lawsuit comes at a perilous time for Paxton, in particular.
The road had been built for bringing down lumber, and for six miles it was at perilous angles.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
This rather is, I should deem, the more perilous, and a plainer and better object for philosophical attack.
On their perilous journey an attack of measles increased their discomforts.
Moreover, when we come to pay off, the crew will receive a bonus, in consideration of the long and perilous voyage.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
He had access to the ocean only in a latitude in which navigation is, during a great part of every year, perilous and difficult.

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