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Amid a reckoning of racism has come a financial one, aimed at reversing decades of underinvestment in communities of color.

Effects of Earth’s magnetic field — Science News, November 21, 1970Earth’s magnetic field has frequently reversed at intervals of 1 million to 100 million years.

No one would even blink at that age difference if the genders were reversed.

It reverses completely the way the designers perform the function thanks to the artificial intelligence.

One could actually consider it a reverse subscription, since people receive rewards for their patronage.

The same court also previously reversed a similar decision regarding Starbucks’ treatment by Dutch tax authorities.

The play was called a catch and a touchdown on the field but that was reversed on the instant replay review.

More than a dozen families are suing Fairfax County Public Schools in a bid to reverse changes officials made this fall to the admissions process at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, the county’s flagship STEM magnet school.

In these fraught times, I find myself searching for a sign that our fortunes as a society are reversing, that there might yet be some goodness and decency in the future, which is when I got my Bright Idea.

After again being contacted by The Post, Wood said Lyft was reversing that charge as well.

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