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The Terps’ tournament aspirations haven’t evaporated, but Maryland’s performance did little to quell the concerns brought on by its loss to Penn State on Friday.
These platforms have occasionally shown that they are capable of quelling disinformation and removing or flagging misleading content, but they are not consistent in enforcing their own policies and protecting LGBTQ people.
Chancellor Angela Merkel called an emergency meeting to speed up Germany’s Covid-19 vaccine program in an effort to quell tensions within her government over claims the rollout has been too slow.
Testing has been expanded in the region, as well as other efforts to help quell the spread of the virus, but South Bay residents continue to be impacted more by the virus than other parts of San Diego County.
‘I’VE LOST EVERYTHING THAT BASICALLY BRINGS SOMEONE JOY’BRITTANY CRUZ-FEJERAN AND MAYA SRIKRISHNANDECEMBER 23, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Tijuana’s business community had also been increasingly involved in trying to quell the violence, but has been hit hard financially by the closures caused by the pandemic.
China began the year with its international reputation tarnished after anger that it quelled early reports of a new respiratory virus.
Management of the vaccine rollout is a key variable — at least as important as vaccine efficacy — in the equation determining how well a vaccine will quell the pandemic, researchers reported November 19 in Health Affairs.
In his telling, the American Dream is disrupted by nightmares that a good job and a house in the suburbs can’t quell.
In hindsight, some of the measures enacted in the earliest days of the pandemic did little to quell it.
The prospect of future answers hasn’t quelled Holland’s present anxiety.

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