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It is this government subsidy in the form of tax-exempt treatment that is really pernicious.
Driven to solve deep, pernicious and socially significant problems, but with an embedded pragmatism, Damo is keen to keep growing far out from its parent’s shade.
Last February, according to NPR, China’s legislature started taking steps to “uproot the pernicious habit of eating wild animals.”
Byford’s resignation landed in January 2020, just as a certain pernicious virus was starting to circulate the globe.
In Strikers they endeavor to change the behavior of an influencer, an author and other people who wield a pernicious influence over those who look up to them.
It occurs in well-marked cases of pernicious anemia and leukemia, and, much less commonly, in very severe symptomatic anemias.
In pernicious anemia they are always greatly diminished, and an increase should exclude the diagnosis of this disease.
Megaloblasts are found in pernicious anemia, and with extreme rarity in any other condition.
Pathologically, normoblasts occur in severe symptomatic anemia, leukemia, and pernicious anemia.
A few of these may be present in very marked leukocytosis or any severe blood condition, as pernicious anemia.

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