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It revealed in 2006 that the Ivy League school benefited from that trade, which had been pervasive in Rhode Island.Johns Hopkins, benefactor of namesake hospital and university, was an enslaver|Nick Anderson, Lauren Lumpkin, Susan Svrluga|December 9, 2020|Washington Post
“I think fraud is more pervasive than at any time I’ve been in the market, certainly,” Anderson told Bernard.Why betting against Tesla was the ‘widow-maker trade of 2020’|Aaron Pressman|December 9, 2020|Fortune
There is a pervasive unidirectionality, an arrow of time, about the way things happen in the universe.
The effect is so pervasive that it may be best considered a feature of memory, not a bug.Cramming may help for next-day exams. But for long-term memory, spacing out study is what works.|Sanjay Sarma, Luke Yoquinto|November 30, 2020|Washington Post
Even small accomplishments — such as making phone calls for an hour on behalf of a political candidate — can reduce your sense of pervasive helplessness.How to keep your sadness from turning into depression|Jelena Kecmanovic|November 29, 2020|Washington Post