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Of course, the underpinning issues can be hard to isolate and even harder to treat.
Third, we worry about the socioeconomic underpinnings of this proposal.
Public discourse was the foundation of democracy and has been the underpinning of all aspects of government and governance throughout history.
Distributed ledger technology, commonly known as blockchain, is the underpinning technology of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin.
It is well within our capacity to say “No” to our evolutionary bequeathal, especially once we recognize its unethical underpinnings.
So far, he did not apprehend much difficulty, but he would run some risk over the underpinning of part of the track.
THE GIRL FROM KELLER'SHAROLD BINDLOSS
The item next in importance was the underpinning of the walls with brick wherever it was needed.
For underpinning walls, as specified and as above limited, one dollar ($1) for each cubic foot.
As to the length of his underpinning, that was apparent also.
Before another Session we trust the proper spirit will move some underpinning there, for the greater good of the Commonwealth.

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