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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Facebook is also today reminding users of its rules to reduce the spread of groups tied to violence.
So in addition to reducing emissions at home, we need to make it likelier that those countries will reduce their emissions, too.
Google announced at the start of September it would reduce the visibility of search terms shown in reports for advertisers.
Now Israel can claim it has more friends in the region, possibly reducing the pressure on it regarding its relations with Palestinians.
In an interview with VOSD’s Scott Lewis this week, a top aide to Mayor Kevin Faulconer noted that the estimate now includes a 45 percent contingency and could be reduced as general contracting firm Kitchell digs in further.
Since March 16, his office has reduced the number of new cases filed by 85 percent.
The company also may reduce the visibility of the tweet or prevent it from being recommended.
Including a variety of algorithms and variable subsets in our ensemble reduces error in two ways.
While bubbles, social distancing and masks can each help reduce coronavirus spread to some extent, combining helps even more.
I’ve also found that the Thing reduces the overall time that bites remain on my body—about one to two days instead of a week.
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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION