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Leal cites a lack of expertise and confidence among teaching staff unaccustomed to teaching climate change, as well as the time pressure within already crowded curriculums.
People of color have not only been disproportionately impacted by the events of 2020, they are also historically unaccustomed to taking the time to care for themselves, Brown said.
In all, a Washington Post tally found, she has delivered more than $800 million to a collection of schools, public and private, that are almost entirely unaccustomed to that level of largesse.
There will be fewer polling places than in previous elections and more mail-in voting in states historically unaccustomed to having such a large proportion of citizens cast their ballots by mail.
She was flushed and felt intoxicated with the sound of her own voice and the unaccustomed taste of candor.
Niopo is a powerful stimulant, a small portion of it producing violent sneezing in persons unaccustomed to its use.
But also he saw strange, unaccustomed raiment, he saw a sheet of gold, he smelt the soft breath of ambra.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
She was delicate and unaccustomed to privation and discomfort—and the cottage had its disadvantages.
It is ill-bred, and looks as if you were unaccustomed to such pleasures, and so desirous to prolong each one.
To those who are unaccustomed to view fossil remains the dimensions of some of these seem almost incredible.

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