Confused Words: militate vs mitigate
1. The merchant was awarded $600,000 by the court, which ruled that there was insufficient action to the effects of Canada Line construction on Cambie Street merchants.
2. To the computational penalty of modular arithmetic, two tricks are used in practice:
3. Lighten any check, the destruction ever so little, and the number of the species will almost instantaneously increase to any amount.
4. In order to risk and maximize profits, the bank also engages in other types of banking beyond making agricultural loans.
5. Several salmon hatcheries have been built in an attempt to the damage.
6. Proposals to the road troubles included more trains and cutting the fares by 50% on the Vestfoldbanen railway.
7. Ullico Casualty Group creates insurance products that fiduciary risks to union workplaces and its trustees.
8. FFS and other derived UNIX file systems support fragments which greatly this effect. Suballocation schemes.
9. CCA and ZSA are used to find and eliminate or common causes for multiple failures.
10. At a high level these will be to protect life, contain and the impacts of the emergency and create the conditions for a return to normality.
11. These are references to patterns that can support, relate to or the attack and the listing for the related pattern should note that.
12. These forests provide carbon sinks for greenhouse gases and therefore climatic changes.
13. This has the potential to the problem of isolation but not the loss of interior habitat.
14. It can also be used to defeat referer checking controls that are used to Cross-Site Request Forgery attacks.
15. Partly, this serves to their losses, or attempt to return to their pre-event physical and psychological condition.
16. The GCSMP will examine whether 20% of the sand could instead be backpassed sustainably to the beaches of Surfers Paradise to the impact of climate change.
17. Having a larger bore than the .17 caliber centerfires helps some of the fouling problems that rifles in that caliber tend to have. .19-223.
18. Referendum C and other attempts to the effects of TABOR are referred to as "de-Brucing" after Douglas Bruce, the author of the amendment.
19. The Chairman of the BHS, Patrick Print, attempted to Edmonds's statements by quoting some recent activities the BHS had participated in.
20. Floors are temporary permissions granted dynamically to collaborating users in order to race conditions and guarantee mutually exclusive resource usage.
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