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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of hardships in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of hardships in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

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  1. Henry Stern:

    Stern – a former teacher – said one-third of all California teachers quit before their fifthyear because of the financial hardships placed on them due to low pay and the state’s high cost of living. You're not going to be able to get paid $ 50,000 a year and go live in the Bay Area, go teach at the local school.... we think it's a pretty creative tool, we'll see how the fiscal conservatives in this house want to approach this.

  2. Sarah Marquis ':

    I wanted to go back to human origins -- Aborigines lived like this 60,000 years ago, but I realized the difficulties and hardships there were in finding enough food.

  3. Erik Torenberg:

    Sharing and listening to my peers helped, everyone sees the accomplishments but they don’t see the hardships. Having a community to share the lows with can keep you sane and even save your life.

  4. Jacob Ostreicher:

    I think there's also something that happens to you when you land only an hour and a half after you take off from Miami, Florida. And in that much time, you're in a country surrounded by people who have had absolutely no experience or dependence on comfort in their entire experience. ... This is a culture of people who, every time a child's fever rises, has to just wait and see if they're going to die, and they've persevered through these kinds of basic hardships with so much strength.

  5. Lynn Bufka:

    Some people may worry about what would happen if they were moved into self quarantine, or if they're not able to work. They're wondering if they would have access to groceries or childcare, again, people have greater abilities to manage hardships than they think they do. Think about a plan. Consider options if you can't telework. Do you have savings ? Do you have support ?

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    (of a glutinous liquid such as paint) not completely dried and slightly sticky to the touch
    • A. epidemic
    • B. contagious
    • C. tacky
    • D. appellative

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