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Nothing has dimmed the fundamental appeal of urban life, despite what some premature obituaries for the nation’s great cities may say.
That 2017 report had called use of the technology premature but endorsed it as morally permissible.
Still, some critics charge that even presenting such criteria is premature.
It will also attach links to official results to posts from candidates and campaigns that declare premature victories.
The initial rebound reflects the lifting of severe restrictions to contain the virus, and policy makers have warned against premature optimism that the worst has passed.
Racism is a stressor that has been linked to poor health, inflammation and premature biological aging, but I believe there is likely more going on biologically than researchers have previously understood.
Premature darkness was accompanied with torrents of rain, through which we followed our now uncertain guides.
Premature charge to be avoided; charging without authority from the rear.
Premature decay is always the result, showing with certainty that a healthy action has not been going on.
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Premature baldness most frequently first attacks that part of the head where pressure is made by the hat.

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