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The coronavirus pandemic and the resulting widespread shift to remote learning have brought major changes to physical education.

One review concluded that the available evidence doesn’t suggest widespread harm to humans—but added that the evidence is limited.

That’s worrisome to some health experts, who note that other events celebrated with widespread get-togethers, such as Memorial Day, the Fourth of July and Thanksgiving, have been accompanied by a jump in infections.

Verily, a health tech sister company of Google, was touted early on as a potential solution to provide widespread testing across the country.

The Fed’s ongoing intervention in the market will probably hold down rates, but Blake anticipates they will rise slowly as coronavirus vaccinations become more widespread.

But the inability to measure progress in the ISIS campaign is widespread.

Where the force generating those threats is a widespread, self-sustaining, and virulent social movement?

Those same studies unsurprisingly reveal widespread distrust of police officers among sex workers.

Widespread, popular protests began last week after the local grand jury decision.

It is this very sensitive issue that has galvanized widespread resistance from previously loyal campesinos.

Discontent was so widespread that the new general at once ordered all troops, save some three thousand, to leave the capital.

Mr. Ward is a man of great talents—his fame is widespread as an orator and man of learning, and needs no encomium from us.

The commercial motorcycle is said to be gaining widespread favor, and therein lies its greatest future.

Scotch intellectual activity is the result of a widespread education which is within the reach of the poorest.

An examination of Elizabethan writings does not conduce to the idea of the term having had a widespread acceptation.


On this page you'll find 83 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to widespread, such as: across-the-board, all over the place, boundless, broad, common, and comprehensive.

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