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All of them know how vital it is to have a top quarterback, like Rivera and Hurney had with Newton in Carolina and Mayhew had with Stafford when he was the Lions’ general manager.
The tests could be vital tools in the country’s fight against the virus — especially in the months before most Americans are vaccinated.
Sand dredging is vital for construction because it’s an essential ingredient in concrete.
Utilizing outdoor space is vital in order to keep everyone safe and to ensure that state regulations are abided by.
It’s vital to respect it, to be humble in the face of it, and to start adjusting to the democratization of the markets.
Having a better sense of who’s being vaccinated and who isn’t is vital for state health officials, who need as much information as possible to decide where to send the limited amount of doses they’re receiving from the federal government.
“Online shopping is becoming a vital part of how Americans engage in social distancing,” points out Heidi Brock.
Even the smallest degree of success could deliver vital information, explains Jonathan McDowell, an astrophysicist and satellite expert at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
No one should root for the disappearance of team sports, which provide kids with vital life lessons and help build community bonds.
Vaccinating teachers has been widely hailed as a vital step toward reopening the nation’s still-closed schools and, in many places, educators have been moved toward the front of the line for shots.

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