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That second opinion should give the city more sensible recommendations on how to safely and quickly ready the building for full occupancy, for far less than the $115 million Kitchell recommends spending.
He immediately created a sensible plan to combat the coronavirus, developing a national testing strategy and calling for a universal mask mandate.
I guess it’s one measure of how successful, and dominant, the political duopoly is that plenty of seemingly sensible people have plenty of seemingly sensible reform ideas that, for the most part, gain very little traction.
It might seem sensible to assume that a lower starting temperature would provide an insurmountable head start.
Pandemics happen because of lack of governance, sensible public health interventions and surveillance.
In most industries, supply and demand create what seems like a sensible equilibrium that produces a sensible wage.
Still, it’s not that hard to maintain social media activity during a crisis, and it is perhaps the only sensible thing we can do.
Byrne himself has written quite a few of these, including a recent article on what constitutes a sensible housing policy.
I fully recognize this may not sound like a sensible question, that the answer is too obvious.
You’ve got to demonstrate, look, we all know that border control is only one aspect of a sensible immigration policy.

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