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Already, these closures are reshaping the landscapes of our cities.
There’s so much about this pandemic—and the way its reshaping our world, for better or worse—that’s out of our control.
Here are three ways we’re using the pandemic as a springboard to reshape health care.
At the end of the century and into the next, as e-commerce started to reshape the industry, many US retailers remained focused on building physical spaces.
RETAIL’S FUTURE IS IN ASIAMARC BAINAUGUST 20, 2020QUARTZ
There are very few times in one’s life when you have an opportunity to reshape their habits.
In the same way, the collective behavior of many gravitons might subtly reshape a gravitational wave.
The coronavirus pandemic is expected to lead to a huge influx of patients in need of mental health support, and is an opportunity to reshape the systems that provide that care.
The coronavirus is providing a unique opportunity to reshape the way we move through cities, and to ensure that future plans consider the needs of all.
Reshape in original Camembert form, dust thickly with the crumbs and there you are.
THE COMPLETE BOOK OF CHEESEROBERT CARLTON BROWN
Instead of embodying its ideals in persons, the moral seeks to reshape them continually.
ETHICSJOHN DEWEY AND JAMES HAYDEN TUFTS

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