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The actual wheels then bolt onto these spacers, effectively spreading the tires wider.
SIX WAYS TO MAKE YOUR ATV EVEN MORE RUGGEDBY TYLER FREEL/OUTDOOR LIFESEPTEMBER 17, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
For a typical virus, herd immunity occurs at a 70 to 90 percent spread within a population.
Growing evidence indicates that proximity to other people is among the easiest ways for coronavirus to spread, especially indoors.
The spread of the sampling distribution is based on the estimated total survey error of the poll.
Microsoft’s News app has a “book mode” that spreads articles across the two screens like two facing pages in a book.
However, this bill would not stop the spread of disinformation.
Etzanoa likely existed as a single, spread-out community, Blakeslee contends.
The vast quantity of official metrics used to track the spread of coronavirus is head spinning.
So, if Party A draws an electoral map that spreads Party B’s voters across districts, votes cast for Candidate B in districts won by A are wasted.
In the early 2000s, a wave of overconfidence spread through the US housing market and the global financial industry.

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