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Later, the plaintiffs would have to obtain class action certification based on the uniformity of causes for the clinic's malfunction, and the similarity of damages suffered by the couples who lost eggs and embryos.
Official but preliminary figures from Sunday’s vote also show that the government could not muster the uniformity of past elections.
Corella has talked a lot about making sure sure uniformity and charisma materialize on stage in all the right places.
In the other are Trump and the Republicans who, through the calls of their populist arm, have consolidated – though with somewhat less uniformity – around enforcing immigration law, Ms. Brown says.
No matter how much a kicker practices the onside kick, the shape of the ball and the non-uniformity of the playing surface will combine to produce some strange bounces.
The Gwinnett 911 Advisory Committee serves in an advisory role to ensure uniformity and quality of 911 services.
The uniformity of the stones’ pattern is interrupted about three yards from the front of the building.
And, keeping with this uniformity, most of them are slight variations on grippy plastic, thick padded plastic, hard slippery plastic or, for the truly innovative, padded leather.
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