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Their continued presence is now stoking tensions between the incoming islanders and longtime residents of Sagar, says Pradip Saha, a filmmaker who has made a documentary on the impact of climate change in the Sundarbans.
Developers will likely use this to great effect down the road, and I’m stoked to experience it.
They believe that this is going to stoke envy so it’s better to try to keep it hidden.
This has endured for many national political and popular cultures since the end of the second world war and until recently has been stoked by American soft power and popular culture.
In the meantime, unscrupulous groups may stoke confusion by claiming victory before all the votes are counted.
I think the Supreme Court has potentially stoked even more litigation.
Child-free workers had opportunities to stoke their careers and earnings.
Such actions stoke public distrust of drug development at a time when clinical trials are crucial to mounting an effective pandemic response.
They also have warned about possible disinformation designed to create the appearance of fraud or to stoke fears of voter intimidation — which itself threatens to keep voters away from the polls.
U.S. GOVERNMENT CONCLUDES IRAN WAS BEHIND THREATENING EMAILS SENT TO DEMOCRATSELLEN NAKASHIMA, AMY GARDNER, ISAAC STANLEY-BECKER, CRAIG TIMBERGOCTOBER 22, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In the wake of Beijing’s tariffs and bans, Australian exporters have rushed to find alternative markets while Canberra stokes tensions.

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