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Both are worsened by human development of natural lands that would otherwise allow species to flourish and would store atmosphere-warming carbon, stabilizing the climate.
PROTECTING HALF THE PLANET COULD HELP SOLVE CLIMATE CHANGE AND SAVE SPECIESJONATHAN LAMBERTSEPTEMBER 4, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Very quickly, probably around the beginning of April, we started to see our business stabilize.
MATCH’S CEO EXPLAINS HOW DATING HAS CHANGED DURING THE COVID PANDEMICDANIELLE ABRILSEPTEMBER 3, 2020FORTUNE
As people learn to live with the uncertainty of what has become quite a lengthy issue, these industries are stabilizing and those companies involved need to really build on their strengths to stand out.
This results in the rate of deposition gradually plateauing until the two processes balance out and the number of CNTs stabilizes.
This doubtless tended to eliminate cut-throat competition and thus stabilize the industry.
A HISTORY OF TRADE UNIONISM IN THE UNITED STATESSELIG PERLMAN
Secretary Redfield undertook to stabilize prices by arbitrarily fixing them.
After the nitration, the acid is removed and the nitrocotton boiled up in water to stabilize it.
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Yet it is plain that the effect of these dinners was to stabilize prices for steel.
UNITED STATES STEELARUNDEL COTTER
Could he have simply claimed to have done so in an effort to stabilize his own power?
WARLORD OF KORTERRY GENE CARR
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