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1 few people know about him is that he has left behind a trail of emotional destruction, having spent decades abusing vulnerable individuals for his own twisted purposes.
2 If one thing stands out from Mr Lewis's account of how a few individuals made fortunes from predicting the crisis, it is that it pays to be an outsider.
3 These brain changes last long after the diet is over and prod otherwise healthy individuals to binge eat under pressure.
4 By sharing designs in this way, individuals and corporations can work together on portions of their hardware projects while differentiating themselves from competition at other levels.
5 In some instances that could be the same person, but in other cases, it may be individuals from the LOB or segment that owns the data involved.
6 I regret any comments that may be made about these two individuals who are honorable Americans.
7 But sadly, no central planner can know which people need to go where when and how much value should be attached to each trip.Only the individuals themselves know this.
8 The regulation is not applicable to those software designed or entrusted to be designed by units or individuals for self-use.
9 Some election lawyers said that the decision, if upheld, could lead to the collapse of all legal limits on campaign donations, whether from corporations or individuals.
10 Most of the smaller teeth, presumed to be female, showed that these individuals grew up outside the region.
11 We disagreed over giving tax credits to small businesses and individuals that would make health care affordable for those who don't have it.
12 However, some individuals have been able to beat certain circumstance on this list.
13 We are all unique individuals. What may work for me may not work for you. We all have our path for living happily.
14 Under individual contributions, the hope that others contribute leads individuals not to contribute.
15 If this were true, it should be equally easy to distinguish among individuals of any species, so long as you have the requisite perceptual abilities of that species.
16 However, as prior research has linked ACEs and health problems, he thinks the new results suggest an accumulation of ACEs can cause premature death (compared with individuals with no ACEs).
17 interest of individuals is indissolubly linked with that of the country.
18 It is the means by which we as individuals can raise the value of our own life, both for ourselves and for those around us.
19 It means the Web connects us, as people, to each one of the individuals online; and those connections, ultimately, extend from one of us to all of us.
20 They can be individuals at home.
21 But we can help individuals.
22 But that is their problem—or at least it is, once you look at it from the point of view of individuals rather than society as whole.
23 true of nations as it is of individuals.
24 Why then, if communication is vital to our survival as individuals and to the institution of marriage, are we often so bad at it?
25 Should we value processes and tools more, and if so, should it be at the detriment of individuals and interactions?
26 As individuals, how do we weigh our obligations to family against our obligations to community and to our country?
27 It can mutate into being racist without many or even most of the individuals in it being so.
28 You mean we as individuals going in there?
29 Of course, these individuals have been around since the beginning of human history and played a more prominent role in some eras than in others.
30 Consequently, individuals and organizations take comfort in knowing all the answers and risks from the start.