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Modern keyboards are ergonomic, so they ease tension and make typing a smoother and more satisfying experience.
Local officials had feared the president’s trip could further strain tensions in the city.
While the pandemic dominated Friday’s press conference, Merkel is also battling geopolitical tensions.
Most organizations are like stretched rubber bands, snapping back immediately back to normal once the tension is gone.
Rising tensions between the United States and China, meanwhile, threatens trade between the world’s two largest economies.
They don’t want to put any employees at risk but there are also things that need to get done so you can feel this tension in leadership as they’re trying to determine where to push and where to give a little bit of space.
Mitchell’s positive test exacerbated tension between Utah’s two franchise pillars, according to ESPN’s Tim MacMahon, though Mitchell has said that “right now” everything is good between the two stars.
Martin Luther King did not call for violence, but said “peace is not merely the absence of this tension, but the presence of justice.”
The change in surface tension changes the forces on the air, which change over time — and affect the sound.
That changes the strings’ pitch by adjusting their tension and length.

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