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You can track it by proxy by looking at organic website traffic growth from target pages.
Many places — including New York City, the country’s largest school district — are using the rate of tests that come back with a positive result as a proxy for the spread of the virus in the community.
WHEN CAN SCHOOLS SAFELY REOPEN? THE ANSWER IS PART SCIENCE, PART GUESSWORK.KALEIGH ROGERS (KALEIGH.ROGERS@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)AUGUST 19, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
It can also be seen as a proxy for how things are faring for the rest of Hong Kong’s financial sector.
Experts generally agree that seizures only represent a fraction of what actually crosses the border, but they can also be a proxy for what is crossing, and tell us a bit about drug prices.
It’s a reverse proxy service that pre-renders and caches your pages.
This resolution went, therefore, to abolish the right of peers to vote by proxy.
He held the rectories of Middle and Whitchurch in Shropshire, but the duties were performed by a proxy.
Edgar had excused her not staying to throw for herself, but the general proxy, the bookseller, had been successful in her name.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
I have been spoiled for correspondence by Mr. Lewes's goodness in always writing letters for me where a proxy is admissible.
The suit was still pending in 1427, when the community nominated Jacques d'Arc its authorised proxy, and sent him to Vaucouleurs.

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