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These sweeping observations are, disappointingly, the most thorough analysis Ehrlich provides on climate change as a whole.
The big influencers on state privacy bills are Europe’s sweeping General Data Protection Regulation and California’s now-strengthened privacy law.
It’s critical that advertisers take their exclusions seriously and understand what the implications of broad-sweeping exclusions can mean for their brands and their metrics.
The sweeping social and economic transformation that scientists say is needed to attack the problem will require a global effort.
The distribution of funding for health care providers is just one example of complications with the sweeping $2 trillion CARES Act.
Some LGBT rights attorneys have said the sweeping high court decision could be interpreted to cover areas beyond just employment discrimination and would likely protect LGBTQ people living in states that have yet to pass LGBTQ nondiscrimination laws.
Getting ahead of the most destructive fires will require not simply new computational tools but a sweeping change in how forests are managed.
Historians say sweeping closures to the Mall would be unprecedented since inaugurations were first staged on the West Front of the Capitol in 1981.
A wide, sweeping experiment in tolerance is at the heart of “Under the Rainbow” by Celia Lasky.
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While they were in a tank, the octopuses explored normal surfaces without terpenoids using broad, sweeping arm movements.

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