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The evidence is scarce, but since we don’t have more information, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
The last year was the clearest example yet of what can happen when we allow stable housing options to become scarce.
Larger stones are more scarce, but a larger stone is not necessarily more valuable.
With vaccinations off to a rocky start globally, experts had been counting on a one-dose vaccine that would stretch scarce supplies and avoid the logistics nightmare of getting people to return for boosters.
Food is scarce, and the rodents vigorously attack intruders from other colonies.
The District and other local governments in the Washington region tweaked their plans Wednesday to vaccinate seniors, people with high-risk conditions, teachers and other essential workers as residents scramble to find scarce doses of the vaccine.
He now works as a driver, ferrying stuff from here to there, but even those jobs are scarce.
When she visits, everyone in my family makes themselves scarce and people are much shorter-tempered.
It said home price appreciation will reach its fastest pace since the Great Recession, as the inventory crunch continues to pit buyers against each other, competing for a scarce number of homes for sale.
But, he said, “when you are stretched out beyond capacity, you can’t deliver the same quality care unless you create more skilled health care workers, and as we have found out, these are a scarce resource.”

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