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One-quarter of respondents don’t see getting back to normal operations until Q1 2021 or beyond, underscoring that this is a highly uneven recovery.

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The uneven recovery in spending highlights what is already a growing income gap.

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Still, experts say that the gains from having arts-related facilities, while uneven, are real.

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It also doesn’t deal with the uneven distribution of the technology that is supposed to catapult us into this new age.

I do think, to Michael’s earlier point, that some of the problematic nature of the equipment they’ve shipped — their uneven reputation on the quality of their pharma products and so forth — will cause people to want to test it pretty heavily first.

Data are much better for Europe and Latin America, and frustratingly uneven for Africa and much of Asia.

Their uneven threads showed potential for backing out or breaking, he said.

The power delivered by the rocket motor was uneven and tricky to control.

So the dependency story is strange and uneven, and especially nasty when it comes to women.

This stirring moment arrives in a chapter that spotlights the highs and lows of a persistently uneven book.

Or were they merely orthodox through a more uneven balancing of their qualities, the animal in abeyance?

The shell is thick, and is surrounded by an uneven gelatinous envelop which is often stained with bile.

The sweat of death was already on his brow as he reeled sideways, plunging blindly across the uneven tufts of grass.

The fields present a much more even appearance than similar fields in France, where the tobacco grown is small and uneven.

But finally they were obliged to cut off only the uneven bits of cloth which hung around the edges.


On this page you'll find 87 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to uneven, such as: bumpy, irregular, odd, patchy, rough, and spotty.

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