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In a statement posted on its website Wednesday, health agency Anvisa said it initially got “precarious data” on a “grave” event, which led it to suspend the study late Monday.
Unlike Sun Country, YRC was in a precarious spot long before the pandemic hit.
Proud as employees were of how the group adapted to the pandemic, they understood the precarious position Great Big Story’s business was likely in.
You’re seeing increasing amounts of precarious employment, increased contract work, and a decreased full-time labor market.
Living month to month is precarious, and that’s just as true for businesses as it is for people.
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The precarious situation of the Venezuela-flagged oil tanker, the FSO Nabarima, has concerned environmental activists and governments around the world for months.
Algorithms that spread fake news and create echo chambers could undermine trusted information sources and leave democracy even more precarious than it already is.
It looks at things that may happen in the years, decades, centuries, and even millennia hence, and what needs to change now to make the future better than it looks from this precarious moment.
While Flood’s has sustained through hard times and economic downturns, the Block, located along Detroit’s major artery Woodward Avenue, is in a more precarious position.
As a result, NASA personnel are left in a precarious situation of figuring out how to make programs like Artemis work without proper financial and political security.

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