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While places like Buca di Beppo are hardly independent restaurants, presumably Fieri’s restaurant concept keeps some members of the service industry employed at a time when restaurant work is precarious.
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The unique challenges some older people in the US face with digital access is making a precarious situation worse for them.
As gender non-conforming persons, our natal homes can often render our wellbeing precarious.
An absolutely global union would have no such motivation, making it far more precarious.
Indeed, after watching Bridgerton, I concluded in my review that “its most interesting ideas — like Simon’s precarious place in society as a duke of color or his mysterious time abroad — get almost no attention.”
Punishing by using citations makes their economic lives even more precarious.
The delay underscores the precarious nature of such solutions.
The financial hardship exacerbated by covid-19 has left many in a precarious situation.
Residents of these places are especially vulnerable to the virus because of their poor health status and often precarious employment in low-wage service industries.
Dependent on positive teaching evaluations to secure precarious employment, instructors rarely raise concerns that could jeopardize their reputation, we found.

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pandiculationnoun | [pan-dik-yuh-ley-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION
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