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So if parents decide to take a gap year, it’s allowed from a legal perspective.
Which is weird because you might imagine from an evolutionary perspective that would be pretty useful.
Max Cutler, 29Managing director, Parcast at SpotifyFrom a personal perspective, the pandemic has forced me to slow down and reflect on what truly matters in both my work and personal life.
To put that in perspective, Tesla’s stock rose roughly 33% in all of 2019.
Here are three ways to salt your cocktails at home—each bartender-approved technique is sure to give you a new perspective on salt.
WHY YOU SHOULD BE ADDING SALT TO YOUR COCKTAILSBY CÉLINE BOSSART/SAVEURSEPTEMBER 4, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
For perspective, Neptune is about 30 times the distance from Earth to the sun.
What’s more, from an experimental perspective, the chances of converting astrocytes into functional neurons in vivo were looking slim.
The categorical perspective emerged in mathematics in 1945 when Samuel Eilenberg and Saunders Mac Lane published their radical paper, “General Theory of Natural Equivalences.”
The good news, from the study’s perspective, is that 20 of the runners suffered muscle cramps during or immediately after the race.
From a political perspective, it is a valid claim, but you need to find the legal basis under international law—likely under British law—whether there is the chance to claim for some kind of compensation.

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