Thesaurus / proper


Self-isolation in combination with easily available testing could be an excellent way to tamp down both viruses—according to epidemiologists, proper testing is a big factor in helping us return to relative normality.

You know, being able to tell right away if there’s irregular activity and report it to the proper authorities, that’s really an important part of the role that we play.

Other vaccines bring in a unique, representative piece of the virus—a protein or a polysaccharide—that isn’t harmful, but still inspires the proper immune response.

Tackling covidTate Ryan-MosleyAugust 19, 2020MIT Technology Review

They will also touch on new forecasting abilities with Google Analytics that have just been launched and proper measurement.

Besides, proper implementation of VSM enables the following benefits.

In Illinois, multiple polling places lacked the proper voting equipment or cleaning supplies.

There Have Been 38 Statewide Elections During The Pandemic. Here’s How They Went.Nathaniel Rakich ( 3, 2020FiveThirtyEight

As reality sets in for many workers that they’ll be stuck at home for the foreseeable future, many have found themselves pining for a proper ergonomic chair.

Masks may be necessary in such situations, even with proper social distancing.

The city needs to decide if spending $34 million a year to subsidize a program that is counterproductive to its zero waste plan and primarily benefits single-family homes is the proper distribution of increasingly scarce resources.

It’s Time to Revisit This Garbage City PolicyJoe Bettles, Marianna Garcia, Elise Hanson, Jack Christensen and Aurora LivingstonJune 25, 2020Voice of San Diego

This was followed by the establishment of a proper Forum, accompanied by the newly constructed Capitolium, Temple of Jupiter and even a synagogue.


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