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In supernova remnants, particles can gain up to 1,000 trillion electron volts, vastly outstripping the several trillion electron volts reached in the biggest human-made particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva.
We know outdoor spaces are vastly safer than indoor spaces and should be considered.
Meanwhile, companies including Target, Nike, Netflix, Hershey, and Microsoft have vastly reduced their spending, according to digital marketing firm Pathmatics.
The league plans to utilize its normal arenas and travel extensively rather than play in a restricted bubble, thereby vastly increasing the risk of positive coronavirus tests among players.
The problem of getting to the right place at the right time in another star system is vastly greater than reaching even one of our own remote outer worlds, like Pluto.
Teff, a hardy, protein-rich cereal grown in Africa, is another orphan crop whose production could be vastly expanded.
The predictions reflect the number of simulations in which each candidate wins, though this description vastly oversimplifies the process.
At just $50, the Cinco vastly exceeds what you’d expect from midrange shades.
The board will either be more conservative than it has been in recent decades or vastly more liberal.

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