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Caring for employees has never been harder, therefore, or more ripe for change.
Silbert, however, believes the opportunity is ripe for North American crypto firms to reclaim a significant share of the world’s mining power.
For each region, the team determined whether conditions were ripe for a flare-inducing double-arc instability, and then aimed to predict the most powerful flares the sun produces, called X-class flares.
The moment was ripe for a novel statewide organizing approach.
He had the insight to tell when infrared technology, formerly the province of the experts, was ripe for routine use in a big project.
I prayed for her before the temple, and unto the very end I will seek after her, and she flourished as a grape soon ripe.
Perhaps another reason may be named in the wood being so ripe and dry as to permit free vibration.
They soon reached a small island where ripe fruits were abundant, and where they could provide fresh supplies for the ships.
Christianity spread rapidly because the Roman Empire was ripe for a new religion.
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When the leaf is ripe, it gets yellow spots on it; and on bending the leaf it cracks.

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