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On a per-million basis, the United States’ position in 11th place goes to 15th — a slight but subtle improvement.
That led Connecticut’s governor to make a subtle, but crucial, change to the state’s election rules on the day before the election.
The answer is almost certainly yes, given another subtle change the company made in its amended filing today.
What’s subtle is that an equivalence between two objects should be recorded as additional data.
Insider threats, where a company’s own employee carries out a cyberattack against it, are an especially pernicious and subtle form of hacking.
The geysers are subtle features, invisible in direct images of the surface of Enceladus.
The pattern is so subtle you wouldn’t be able to spot the spikes with the naked ear.
While the benefits of sexual reproduction tend to be subtle and become evident only over many generations, its costs are heavy and immediate.
It may be that someone made a subtle mistake in one of these studies.
That will cast a much more subtle band of light against the sky.

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