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The ethics commission is scheduled to meet Friday in Salem to consider the findings of its investigators.
Pruitt's office declined to comment this week on the key findings of AP's analysis or why the agency appears to no longer recognize an increasing flood risk to toxic sites posed by the changing climate.
Harford County government will release findings of a study of sewer capacity in the Fallston area during a community informational meeting set for Monday evening, Dec. 18.
Baylor fired Briles after its board of regents released the findings of fact from law firm Pepper Hamilton's investigation into the school.
This morning, Republicans on next year’s ballot have to be looking hard at some of the more alarming (for them) findings of the Alabama exit polls.
Lu said the study did not survey youths from other racial or economic groups, but the researchers used findings of other studies to establish which symptoms were most typical in other teens.
The recovery plans will be altered based on the findings of that review, Furfey said.
Those are the headline findings of the Climate Science Special Report, a sweeping and more than 800-page examination of the evidence.
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First Known Use of finding
Synonymsdoom, sentence, holding, judgment (or judgement), ruling
Related Wordsinquest, verdict; authority; decree, edict, injunction, order; arbitrament, award, declaration, deliverance, dictum, pronouncement; conclusion, decision, determination, opinion, resolution; discipline, penalty, punishment
Near Antonymsdisappearance, loss; concealment, hiding
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