What should the Chancellor do if presented with such a challengingly
pessimistic, but not unrealistic, fiscal outlook?
While the study says that limiting warming to only 1.5 degrees Celsius is not impossible, it does note that it will require "(https://www.nature.com/ngeo/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/ngeo3031.html) delivery on strengthened pledges for 2030 followed by challengingly
deep and rapid mitigation.
As a point of entry into settler-Indigenous relations in Canada as whole, the historical treaties are at once challengingly
broad--evidenced, for instance, in the numerous different Indigenous legal traditions raised by these treaties--and arguably under-inclusive, given the significant tracts of Canada not covered by historical treaties.
Within each image an open invitation is challengingly
presented to the percipient.
Diatonic etudes, using only major and minor scales, fail to adequately prepare the ear for more advanced and challengingly
Another nonabsorbable suture should not be challengingly
used in reattachment of the hip abductors in THA as the long term result of its usage has not been reported.
Vivian, both in person and reading aloud from his essay, proselytizes against society's enthusiasm for Nature, facts, and more challengingly
, the truth.
In remarks targeting the MHP management, AkE-ener challengingly
said in remarks to reporters, "Whatever you do, you won't be able to stop the congress convening."
Luke, a high schooler, and later, college student, thoroughly and challengingly
discussed each topic, thereby enhancing the clarity and usefulness of this tome to lay readers as well as to seasoned scholars in the field.
The partnership got off to a droll start when the Maels sent Alex a song challengingly
entitled Collaborations Don't Work.
I looked askance at the survey and I sent it back challengingly
to our economists.