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It alleges OSHA’s decision not to set safety standards about infectious diseases is “unreasonable and unlawful” and a violation of federal law that requires the agency to issue standards for significant health risks.
In its suit, Walmart said it has a robust system for monitoring opioid prescriptions and federal regulators are making unreasonable demands on the chain.
There are few sure bets in the NFL, and we’re still just four weeks into the season, but it’s not unreasonable to predict — like we have — that the Jets season is all but over.
If we do the clean energy transition in a really expensive, inefficient manner, it’s going to impose unreasonable, unbearable costs on consumers and businesses and I just don’t think it’s going to work.
INSIDE THE UTILITY COMPANY LOBBYING BLITZ THAT WILL HIKE ELECTRIC BILLSBY PATRICK WILSON, RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCHOCTOBER 9, 2020PROPUBLICA
King sued, alleging the officer’s actions violated his Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable seizure and excessive force.
It’s not unreasonable to think Australia will pivot in the same way.
They’re demanding that developers are not made to pay “unfair, unreasonable, or discriminatory fees.”
"If it were a matter of life and death, you could not be more obstinate," said her hostess, fretted at her unreasonableness.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
Situated as we were, we did not feel ourselves at liberty to expostulate against the obvious unreasonableness of their demands.
In fact, reasoning unreasonableness was a very frequent condition of George Sand's mind.

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