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The FSO Nabarima’s precarious situation has worried activists and governments for months.
If your drive has problems at the hardware level, though, things get more precarious.
Girls from poor families living in precarious conditions are more vulnerable to such long-distance and cross-regional marriages.
Joshua Motta, CEO of Coalition, a cybersecurity insurance startup, said the Treasury’s hardline approach puts ransomware victims “in an even more precarious position” than they were in already.
Even in the short term, the bet is paying off by protecting networks’ advertising businesses in a precarious financial climate.
To understand the district’s precarious financial situation, we need to rewind.
She remembered a certain precariousness of tenure among some of her previous—mental reservations.
JOAN OF THE SWORD HANDS(AMUEL) R(UTHERFORD) CROCKETT
Such an error as this shows the precariousness of historical testimony, even where it seems to be best grounded.
As much perhaps from the precariousness of their situation as from a reckless daring, they could not brook the least delay.
THE FELON'S TRACKMICHAEL DOHENY
Perhaps the precariousness of her situation even turns my anxieties more strongly towards her.
DISCIPLINEMARY BRUNTON

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