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Signing outside talent this year is difficult because of the league’s stringent covid-19 protocols.
It set the most stringent rules and quickly hid posts from the misinformer in chief behind warning labels.
This policy, designed to contain outbreaks, is more stringent than any of college football’s other four major conferences, which either require three tests per week or, in the case of the Big Ten, daily antigen tests.
Europe took a step closer to the stringent restrictions imposed during the initial wave of the coronavirus pandemic as leaders struggle regain control of the spread.
Not to mention that SONGS would then have to jump through stringent regulatory hurdles to resume operations.
This was thanks to stringent control measures, such as quarantine for contacts of people with the infection and regular deep cleaning of public areas.
The stringent penny-pinching wasn’t enough to generate profits at first.
PHMSA is also required to undertake a stringent cost-benefit analysis on every proposed rule.
With a lot of focus lately on how smartphone app developers are treated on Apple's and Google's app stores, Google has decided right now is a great time to announce more stringent app store billing rules.
While the Lakers got to the finals by stuffing the paint, the Heat got there with some of the most stringent defense in the league.
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