“Increasingly” in the news
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· Why I Sold Dominion Energy →
This cost advantage will dissipate in Virginia as natural gas use becomes increasingly limited in the state's electricity generation due to Executive Order 43.
· Diesel sales fall amid new wave of lockdowns; normalcy unlikely in near future →
That’s making Oil Minister’s Dharmendra Pradhan’s late-June prediction that fuel demand would be back to normal by the end of this quarter look increasingly unattainable.
· Family of jailed Australian academic 'reassured' by ambassador's visit →
Friends and colleagues of the University of Melbourne lecturer have grown increasingly concerned about her welfare after she was moved to a notorious prison in the desert.
· Number of UK citizens emigrating to EU has risen by 30% since Brexit vote →
People and investors alike became increasingly cautious when it came to spending money,” she said.
· The evolution of Extinction Rebellion →
An increasingly important voice in those discussions was XR Youth, a semi-autonomous group that had been created at the start of 2019.
The Japan Times
· WHO advance team ends visit to China to probe COVID-19 origin →
The comments came amid an increasingly heavy toll from the pandemic in the United States, Brazil and India, as investigators seek to clarify the origins of the virus and how it may have jumped from animals to humans late last year.
· Virgin Media speeds to a new milestone that spells bad news for Sky and BT broadband →
“Providing next-generation connectivity across the country is a mission that is increasingly important as the role of our services to everyday lives and the economy has never been clearer.
· Lakers beat Jazz 116-108 to clinch top seed in West →
But the Jazz got increasingly careless with the basketball as the third quarter progressed, enabling the Lakers to seize control of the game.
· Chegg, Inc.'s (CHGG) CEO Dan Rosensweig on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
In fact, students are increasingly turning to Chegg to -- or support to navigate these uncertain times and we expect this trend to continue post the pandemic, regardless of where or how someone learn, Chegg will be there from them.
· Covid-19: does more testing always mean more cases? – podcast →
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