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The scientists focused on skeletons showing signs of trauma — especially injury with sharp objects.
The employer result has remained above 70% since March, while all levels of government have seen sharp declines.
Because it will take less pressure to cut through a given substance, a sharp knife is also a safer knife.
You have to give people the opportunity to weigh in on challenges and work and I think the diverse POVs that are looking at one particular object really creates sharper work.
Similarly, other studies have found sharp regional differences in mask-wearing.
Other residents are as mentally sharp as ever — yet still may not be able to vote this year.
At Omnicom, for example, its workflow tool OmniScope has come into sharp focus, as has the Omni data platform that underpins it.
On September 13, 2019, Monjib had lunch at home with his friend Omar Radi, a Moroccan journalist who is one of the regime’s sharpest critics.
A sharp-eyed person reported it May 15 in Langley, British Columbia.
“We start to think about essential workers as really primary drivers for our economic and societal engines, and this is going to mean I think a sharper focus on health and wellness of workers at a level of population health,” she says.

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