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At times like these, music lovers need to take the long view, reminding themselves that great music will outlive the private misdeeds of its public practitioners.
The long view Asthma is the most common childhood medical condition, with rates 50 percent higher in families below the poverty line, who often live in run-down homes, than among kids in wealthier households.
Georgia Power Chief Executive Paul Bowers said the company took the long view in analyzing whether to move ahead or walk away from the Vogtle expansion.
And Uber has long viewed self-driving cars as an existential threat.
The Kremlin, which has long viewed the European Union as a threat, had a strong interest in promoting the groups that favored Britain’s leaving the bloc.
That apparent pause ended last Friday as the United States and South Korea engaged in annual joint military exercises that the North has long viewed as a provocation.
In his last previous public remarks, in Arizona at the March NFL meetings, Lurie stressed taking the long view toward the second season of quarterback Carson Wentz and head coach Doug Pederson.
Saudi Arabia is one of America’s most important security allies in the Middle East, and U.S. officials had long viewed Mohammed bin Nayef, known as Saudi Arabia’s counterterrorism czar, as one of Washington’s most trusted partners in the kingdom.
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