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North Dakota, on the other hand, is one of the states that’s been hardest-hit by this current wave of outbreaks, with 1 in every 1,000 residents now dead from the virus.
By the end of 2021, at least ten elephants will be sporting the new collars in selected parks across Africa, in partnership with the World Wildlife Fund and Vulcan’s EarthRanger, unleashing a new wave of conservation, learning and defending.
Normally, in a recession of the magnitude that we’ve had, we would have already been in the midst of a wave of corporate bankruptcies.
The wave of hospitalizations and deaths had lagged behind cases, but it crashed down over the past few weeks.
Before they disappeared into crowded assembly lines, the young Guatemalan immigrants in Bensenville arrived in the United States as part of a new wave of young Central American asylum-seekers who have captured the nation’s attention in recent years.
Standing as close to the windows as they dared, the villagers watched as the waves climbed to 15 feet high.
The city joins a rising wave of school closures around the country which are causing new disruptions to the tumultuous 2020-21 academic year.
While these banks have added millions of customers—Chime had 10 million, and smaller rival Current had 1 million as of September, according to CB Insights—they also face a wave of competition.
In this country, immigration is often covered as a problem, as a wave of people coming across, an invasion.
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