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To be sure, Russia’s economic ability to sustain its expansionism is questionable.
In some countries, officials are concerned not only that Facebook and Google are capturing much of the advertising dollars that have sustained journalism, but also with the types of articles getting shared.
The idea is that prices will only face sustained upward pressure when the economy is using all its resources –- including labor.
We’re trying to make enough for food, to sustain our households.
Earlier, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, dinosaurs roamed Antarctica because enhanced volcanic activity, in the absence of those mountain chains, sustained carbon dioxide levels around 1,000 parts per million, compared to 415 ppm today.
We feel like our responsibility is to do everything we can to sustain a certain level of success — as you look at it over a five-year period, a seven-year period, a 10-year period.
We each decided it would be best to lean into some collaborations to sustain us.
Sadly, Leath was pronounced dead when she arrived at the hospital, but, luckily, the civilian has sustained only minor injuries.
These outbreaks also must be sustained by wide person-to-person spread that can’t be traced back to the country in which the outbreak began.
She was therefore prepared to sustain her part in the drama Routemberg was bringing on the tapis.

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