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These are the hidden and recurring costs of doing business with complex supply chains in a riskier world—and they are only the baseline.
The future will also hold recurring pandemics, climate crises, and shifting racial demographics.Why We Need a Collective Vision to Design the Future of Health|Abner Mason|November 11, 2020|Singularity Hub
The recurring characteristic in those wins was Tagovailoa’s improvement.Taulia Tagovailoa responded after a rough opener and now Maryland’s offense is rolling|Emily Giambalvo|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
For example, say that there is a recurring concern among community members about a particular practice of the police department, community members, um, communicate this to the new commission.Voters Approved a Much Tougher Police Oversight Board – Now What?|Sara Libby|November 5, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Sassy Justice is the first example of a recurring production that will rely on deepfakes as part of its core premise.The creators of South Park have a new weekly deepfake satire show|Karen Hao|October 28, 2020|MIT Technology Review
The crab complaint," he writes, "has recurred more than a dozen times in newspapers around the country.GOP Aims to Cut $40 Billion Out of Food Stamps to Foil Illusory ‘Cheaters’|Jamelle Bouie|September 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But his lymphoma recurred and, had he won the nomination and the election, he would have died in office.
It was then that she learned that the cancer had recurred in her bones.
He stamped his foot to the ground in vexation, and recurred to his original determination.
The camping-out at Streetly Wood has annually recurred since that date; the first sham fight took place June 20, 1877.Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham|Thomas T. Harman and Walter Showell
In a flash there recurred to him every incident of those dramatic interviews with the Mephistophelean doctor.The Doctor of Pimlico|William Le Queux
As these visions recurred, he thought bitterly that he never had counted upon an hour of trial like the present.A Fortune Hunter; Or, The Old Stone Corral|John Dunloe Carteret
Then Bassett recurred to the fact, already elicited, that Harwood was a Yale man, whereupon colleges were discussed.A Hoosier Chronicle|Meredith Nicholson