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The Personal History of David Copperfield is satirical as well, though it’s a gentler, less biting period piece than Iannucci’s phenomenally sharp 2018 film The Death of Stalin.

That sharp rise reflects spiking demand among Nigeria’s wealthy private citizens who are increasingly tapping into “investment migration” programs offered by foreign countries.

As with most other economies around the world, the sharp drop in Nigeria’s GDP growth is largely down to the slowdown in economic activity after the country resorted to a lockdown back in April to curb the spread of the virus.

Yesterday’s sharp, late-day sell-off was but one reminder that the economic recovery lags well behind that of the markets recovery.

This doesn’t mean that if you’re an infinite distance away you will feel these forces — they still die out — but there’s no sharp cutoff.

Empirically, we know that states that experience a sharp change in turnout from one cycle to the next are harder to forecast, too.

But, in sharp contrast, total population in Africa will triple in the same period.

Another had rounded parts that folded in to produce very sharp spikes.

One impact was a sharp drop in daily global emissions of greenhouse gases.

This suggests the ancient birds had sharp eyesight, O’Connor says.

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