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Cars are driven to the extreme limits of their capabilities and track conditions are often unpredictable.
Advertiser frustrations over an unpredictable and glitchy ads platform could drive them to consider channel diversification more seriously.
In 2020, experts see a combination of the problems that have long plagued US voting, along with the unpredictable realities of this strange year of voting in a pandemic.
This is because of the random, unpredictable way that meteorites fall to Earth.
Human biology can react in unpredictable ways to new adversaries.
The system usually has lots of problems, but things have become so unpredictable during the covid-19 pandemic that the failure or success of any one piece of that greater machine could have an outsize impact on the entire election.
The world’s temperature is going up, weather patterns are changing, storms are getting more violent and unpredictable.
That shift, between around 500,000 and 320,000 years ago, was probably influenced by increasingly unpredictable periods of water and food scarcity, the scientists contend.
Some of the kids developed systems to help keep people safe as climate change makes life more unpredictable.
Most media professionals expect 2021 to be less unpredictable than 2020 has been.

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