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If left unrepaired, this damage may propagate and break down pavements and bridges.
Voter suppression is an issue in this country, most of it propagated by the Republican Party.
It has to propagate from one place to another at finite speed, like any other interaction in nature.
Platforms are also taking aggressive action to remove inauthentic accounts and reduce the spread of misinformation that social media propagated in 2016.
Instead of observing dogs and extrapolating backward, he examined another social canid species and propagated them forward.
As sea temperatures rise, clade D seems to be advancing through the Caribbean—a probiotic wave of alga propagating through coral bodies.
Warmer temperatures could have propagated through the ice to create pockets of salty liquid.
The drug has a mechanism that prevents the virus from replicating its genetic material, RNA, inside the host cell, and therefore keeps the virus from propagating.
This experiment was made to ascertain the progress and subsequent effects of the disease when thus propagated.
Several instances have come under my observation which justify the assertion that the disease cannot be propagated by effluvia.

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