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Unnecessarily prolong its impact upon children’s education, health and emotional well-being, and equitable access to opportunities for development and social success.
Pulling funding from the organization could do great damage and potentially prolong the ill-effects of the pandemic.
Digital eye strain is defined as a group of vision-related problems that result from prolonged use of cell phone, computer, e-reader, or tablet, to name a few.
A plasma donation involves repeated and prolonged contact with staff — in the reception area, in waiting rooms, during physical exams in closed spaces and when blood is drawn.
Amazon is also planning to host its Prime Day shopping event in the fourth quarter this year, rather than the third, so as not to affect service to its customers who are relying on its service throughout the prolonged coronavirus crisis.
I shall show how it is possible thus to prolong life to the term set by God.
However, a sojourn in a milder climate might prolong his life for a few months; so he advised Algeria.
BASTIEN LEPAGEFR. CRASTRE
It is ill-bred, and looks as if you were unaccustomed to such pleasures, and so desirous to prolong each one.
But Colt tried to prolong the contest by bringing up a voter an hour.
The others would bring enough for a winter grubstake, and would prolong their freedom and their independence just that much.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER

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