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Reporters at the Press and ProPublica wanted to determine how prevalent these terms are across the state.
HOW WE FOUND PRICEY PROVISIONS IN NEW JERSEY POLICE CONTRACTSBY AGNES CHANG, JEFF KAO AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICA, AND ANDREW FORD, ASBURY PARK PRESSFEBRUARY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
The latter is an anti-vaxx belief so prevalent, it led one Wisconsin pharmacist to allegedly tamper with vials of the vaccine.
The takeaway is, this is a variant that’s becoming more prevalent, and we need to lean in and understand more about it.
That number would likely be about sufficient to achieve herd immunity, but vaccine skepticism is much more prevalent among Republicans.
The condition is especially prevalent in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa.
Many people ignore social inequities because it seems out of their control or they believe unconscious bias in the workplace is not prevalent.
For over half of its 22-year history, Google has been the most prevalent search engine in the United States.
Chromebooks have become so prevalent in the education market because they are designed seamlessly to work with their own Google designed programs and of course Google Classroom.
Even a decade and a half later, crunch is still prevalent in the industry.
In the decade before the vaccine was introduced, measles was so prevalent that nearly all children would be infected with the disease, and many of these cases would not be officially reported.

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