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More global production happens in areas that are highly vulnerable to climate change.
I’ll keep talking about the issues that matter most to this district as so many vulnerable communities are trying to get through this pandemic and economic crisis.
Gulf Coast refineries and petrochemical plants are often located in low-lying areas vulnerable to flooding.
It is a controversial approach to the coronavirus pandemic because, in allowing the disease to spread unchecked, it puts more vulnerable groups, like the elderly and immunocompromised, at greater risk of death.
Hence, those richly priced FANMAGs, along with other rockets such as Tesla, are highly vulnerable to a steep fall.
These workers we rely on—and have always relied on—are among the most vulnerable.
Between 6% and 16% of the loan books of India’s top five private banks are made up of “vulnerable” companies, the report said.
All of this is detrimental to public health, especially for vulnerable populations.
Now, it’s time to hit your competitors where they are most vulnerable.
These changes made the famine babies more vulnerable to certain diseases.

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