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Though the veteran politician is still predicted to win reelection in the deep-red state, Harrison poses a serious threat to Graham’s campaign.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield predicted Wednesday that most of the American public will not have access to a vaccine against the novel coronavirus until late spring or summer of next year.
With the mechanism behind mantling unmasked, a third partner—Orion Genomics, a private startup founded by Martienssen—was able to develop a simple DNA test that predicts whether a designer seedling will bear robust or withered fruit.
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Typically, water utilities set water prices a year in advance by trying to predict how much people will need.
Another thankless task for brands is predicting where people are going to be spending their days.
The market for high-quality and pricey down on this level is hard to predict.
The rapid rebound in consumer spending is one of the big reasons Goldman is now predicting a Q3 GDP leap of 35%.
The mechanism of a wave is simulated by treating our predicted probabilities as beta random variables.
The cost of electric cars is predicted to drop below that of gas cars by 2022, and they’re cheaper to own and operate over a long term, but for now, they still require a significantly higher up-front cash outlay.
However, there have been a number of economists predicting lately that prices won’t stay down for much longer.

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