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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Officials and experts have said it makes sense to vaccinate even those temporary residents, as it still protects the rest of the community.
People think that recessions are temporary, but they’re not.
GameStop frenzy leaves behind a mess for Wall Street regulators“There are currently no temporary limits to increasing your positions,” stated Robinhood’s investing webpage as of Thursday morning.
The city was the first in the state to introduce a measure requiring some grocery retailers to give workers a temporary hourly pay bump during the pandemic.
Even so, some Oceanside residents have questioned how a seemingly temporary District 1 resident can represent them on the City Council, and whether the process short-changed others running for the seat.
If you are looking for a temporary solution or you don’t require protection from extreme cold, you may feel comfortable going with a lower-priced winter glove option.
“At this moment billionaires are not our friends,” one Redditor wrote back to the day trader who questioned the movement’s alliance with the billionaires, “but our temporary partners of convenience.”
Both the city and the company claimed that their data-driven interventions were behind a temporary drop-off in violent crime but outside researchers were unable to confirm that.
Small American Farmers Are Nearing Extinction Although disruptions in supermarkets were temporary, a system celebrated for its strength has been shown to be alarmingly fragile, failing the very people who fuel it.
Watching these shows last year delivered temporary inoculation against toxicity.

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