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The WHO mission is tasked with investigating the animal origins of the coronavirus, as well as the role of the wet market in precipitating the early outbreak.
John Ganz raises the prospect of a “permanent anti-democratic radical right” that will continue to “precipitate serious crises.”
Yet the science behind them is decades long, courtesy of a young Hungarian-born biologist behind a key mRNA discovery—one so novel and groundbreaking it precipitated the death of her career.
Two are near-certain Democratic pickups thanks to North Carolina’s court-ordered redistricting, which made those seats much more Democratic-leaning and precipitated the retirements of two Republican incumbents.
Intentional inclusion with purpose woven throughout the brand experience conjures up feelings of acceptance, contentment, confidence, certainty, hope, and safety which precipitates loyalty — a leading indicator of future business growth.
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Various substances are always precipitated during decomposition, which may take place either within or without the body.
It is soluble in alkalies, and precipitated from its solution by acids, and in all other respects agrees with vegetable caseine.
On reaching the top of the wall she received a blow on the head, which precipitated her into the ditch.
Wrongs less wanton and outrageous precipitated the French Revolution.
The poison, if precipitated at all by lead acetate, must have gone down in one of the preceding fractions.

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