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Hansen says that vaccines have “an unfortunate history of not being safe,” but that the need for long-term safety studies needed to be balanced against the risks of the pandemic.
I thought about the unfortunate end of the “K” while reading in The Wall Street Journal that AT&T, once merely a phone company, wants to sells its advertising technology business, the unfortunately named Xandr.
While it’s obviously unfortunate when artists achieve greater success after death than when they were alive, that success is still something to be celebrated, Howard says.
Wherever you land on the gender spectrum, rocking a dress can be a freeing experience, and it’s unfortunate that the stigma deters people from enjoying it.
IN PRAISE OF THE ADVENTURE DRESSALISON VAN HOUTENAUGUST 22, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
They’ve been hung up on — all kinds of things, which is really unfortunate because they’re working very, very hard and helping extra hours.
That’s why it’s unfortunate that this year’s format has to be virtual, and why one should hope that it won’t be the new normal.
It’s produced decades of finger-pointing over who should throw real money at the problem of aging wastewater infrastructure and unfortunate topography causing beach closures along the continental coast.
The moment was an awkward one, and Cynthia wished madly that she had not been prompted to ask that unfortunate question.
THE BOARDED-UP HOUSEAUGUSTA HUIELL SEAMAN
She and her younger sister, Janet, had quarreled a good deal through force of unfortunate habit.
Dressed in full uniform, amid cries of "Long live our King Joachim," the unfortunate man landed with twenty-six followers.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON

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