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A lot of time and energy is wasted among analysts in debating how exactly to characterize skewed maps that result from residential segregation.
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Not surprisingly, the vast waste deposits produced during the Great Acceleration figure prominently in the search for a suitable stratigraphic section to place the GSSP that will mark the start of the Anthropocene.
Some of the ones my other friend got were round, which wastes space.
“If you don’t find out what the answer is, you’re kind of wasting your time,” he says.
You do not have to waste your time on the same project again and use it on another channel or place to reach your target audience quickly and easily.
Another approach is called the efficiency gap, which measures the difference in packing and cracking between parties by tallying “wasted” votes.
You can waste so much time needlessly checking emails, when really what’s better is to triage them at the beginning and end of every day.
It also contains caffeine to wake up your scalp and includes an applicator to ensure you don’t waste product.
In 2015, an outbreak of parvovirus was thought to be responsible for a gastrointestinal wasting illness that affected hundreds of millions of starfish off America’s West Coast, many of which succumbed.
No vote is wasted and no vote spoils the election for another candidate.

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