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Thanks to our rigorous hourly backup process, our moderators were able to erase the damage and restore the campus quickly.
Surrogate sires would be classified as gene-edited animals by the Food and Drug Administration, meaning they’d face a rigorous approval process before their offspring could be sold for human consumption.
Instead of its typical rigorous review, the US Food and Drug Administration would give tests and treatments a different kind of temporary clearance to get them on the ground as soon as possible.
WHY COVID-19 TEST RESULTS ARE TAKING SO LONGKATHERINE ELLEN FOLEYJULY 31, 2020QUARTZ
The real camera, called Mastcam-Z, has been through weeks of rigorous testing and calibration, and is probably up to the task.
Different businesses will require different levels of website performance, and rigorous multivariate testing helps marketers to see what online features offer varied results for users.
Overall, the study shows that mammalian brains have a very rigorous way of processing smell.
So the researchers carried out a rigorous analysis of the process by which the CNTs get deposited on the wafer, detailed in a paper in Nature Electronics.
There hasn’t been a lot of rigorous research to date on a medicine-buyback program.
It is evident that the literal and rigorous practice of the Divine morality of the Christians would lead nations to ruin.
It is probable that parental and filial affection (piets) made this hardship less rigorous than it now seems to us (32, 33).
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON

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