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A draft plan envisions a first phase of proportional distribution across all countries until about 20% of their populations are vaccinated.
The new algorithm checks planarity in a number of steps proportional to the cube of the logarithm of the number of nodes in the graph — an exponential improvement.
Those spikes led to a corresponding jump in conversions, but the upticks were not just proportional to the traffic.
As an ad-supported streamer, Peacock’s success is proportional to the size of its audience.
In his latest video update posted Friday, Desmond explained that the increase in cases is not accompanied by a proportional increase in hospitalizations.
This evaporation of the sea water is proportional to the temperature and to the dryness of the air where it rests upon the ocean.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
It may therefore be said that the need of money is proportional to the need for commercial transactions.
A tree, in sending out equal boughs on opposite sides, is symmetrical; in sending out smaller boughs toward the top, proportional.
A single queen bee, distinguishable by the great length of her body, and the proportional shortness of her wings.
For these reasons, they possess a value which ought to give them a proportional weight in an investigation like the present.
A TREATISE ON SHEEP:AMBROSE BLACKLOCK

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