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Scientists are trying to determine how forests are responding and whether they can be rebuilt to withstand future fires and combat climate change.

The building will withstand a 275-year earthquake event, as current safety codes require.

The wide-bottomed pot can withstand temperatures up to 600°F from your oven or broiler, and it blends stainless steel with an aluminum core for truly even cooking free of hot spots.

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Nord Stream 2, a nearly completed project that would pipe natural gas from Russia under the Baltic Sea to Germany, has thus far withstood major diplomatic assaults from the United States.

When a high-rise goes up, it is designed to withstand everything from gale-force winds to earthquakes and fires.

It was a truly spectacular performance — and yet, the Jazz lost the game in overtime, unable to withstand Murray’s own crunch-time explosion.

Energy platforms in the Gulf of Mexico that account for as much as 17% of America’s oil production and about 3% of gas output are designed to withstand storms of this magnitude.

Now, the fast-growing global population combined with the impact of climate change on our ability to produce food—increased droughts and extreme weather events many crops can’t withstand—points to the need for another green revolution.

Now, as those cannabis companies left standing struggle to recover, it’s time for them to start building sustainable businesses that can withstand the economic and social demands of 2020 and beyond.

It means you can withstand these updates and, in fact, benefit from them.


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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.