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The coroner told the New York Times that the injuries were so severe that Taylor likely died in less than a minute.
The Senate’s biases are largely unintentional but even more severe.
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The company switched to household size-based billing in Monterey during a severe water shortage and that kind of issue didn’t crop up for San Diego area customers, Tilden said.
This problem is the most severe and also the easiest to understand.
Older people are at higher risk of developing severe disease, so it’s important to know if they respond to the vaccine.
Depending on how long and severe the economic crisis proves to be, it will take years for demand to recover.
The world will see far larger increases in AC demand in nations where the middle class is rapidly expanding and where heatwaves will become more common and severe.
Drachman warns that severe burnout can’t be fixed with a simple three-day weekend.
Both recent experiments in animal models using coronavirus and nearly a hundred years of viral research show that lower viral doses usually means less severe disease.

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