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The bare minimum of those responsibilities involves refusal to participate in delegitimization of an election by perpetuating a nonstop stream of disinformation.
Many of these rumors are spread by people who may not realize they are sharing questionable claims, and are sharing them to be helpful without realizing they are perpetuating them.
Epidemic models that don’t account for structural racism and other social determinants of health result in policies that perpetuate inequality, even as they reduce disease transmission in the general population.
To deal with this type of lying, then, fact checking would ideally be combined with efforts to have prominently respected figures from the outsider groups that help perpetuate lousy lies to educate and myth bust false claims.
The Conservation Commission will use these funds for the protection and perpetuation of the State's natural resources.
I trust that the present note, through the medium of The Garden, will prevent the perpetuation of this error.
Which was true, for Emily had gone with questions concerning perpetuation of type to her Aunt Cordelia.
EMMY LOUGEORGE MADDEN MARTIN
The lecture under discussion was concerned with a matter called perpetuation of type.
EMMY LOUGEORGE MADDEN MARTIN
As a subject for the remarks of the evening "The perpetuation of our political institutions" is selected.
The window seemed to David, in his then mood, to be the perpetuation in glowing colour of Morton's influence.
TO HIM THAT HATHLEROY SCOTT

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