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The problem is that for all Zuckerberg’s promises, this strategy is tenuous at best.
After the pandemic hit, Farve, 29, lost her job as a prep cook at a local restaurant, and the family’s tenuous situation got even worse.
It also might hamper the public’s already tenuous trust in the vaccine.
It only made sense that the latest issue of The Highlight look at life in this tenuous transition.
His energy leaking away and his head pounding, he laid his body down on the edge of the tenuous trestle to spread his weight.
Nancy tried to forget what life was, and smiled and blossomed in tenuous sunrise beauty.
THE DEVOURERSANNIE VIVANTI CHARTRES
The mind of man is ever the tenuous instrument upon which are playing the invisible forces of inspiration.
SPIRIT AND MUSICH. ERNEST HUNT
Up to the very edge of that life-giving blast of mineral-laden gas the tenuous creatures came crowding.
As they fell on the front ranks of the charging Terrestrials, the form, on which the rays impinged grew suddenly tenuous.
GIANTS ON THE EARTHSTERNER ST. PAUL MEEK
In other spots, drooping above the walls could be seen the giant fronds of banana plants, or tenuous palm tree tops.

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