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in·tro·duces

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  1. discounter, rediscount, reductions

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of introduces in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of introduces in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

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  1. Megan Huchko:

    When setting the stage for a universal health coverage debate, it really introduces the idea that family planning and reproductive health may not be included services and that's a dangerous precedent, we see this increasing understanding that people need access to reproductive health services and this feels like a definite step backwards when talking about medicines and vaccines, but explicitly excluding reproductive health.

  2. Richard Wight:

    In one fell swoop we can now see the same mental health benefits of marriage for same sex couples as heterosexual couples, the main reason there is a benefit to being in a legally recognized marriage is that it introduces a level of stability into a relationship. This is going to help change the social climate. Hearing the Supreme Court say this is OK will help couples feel like they're part of regular society.

  3. Hyun Song Shin:

    The role of Big Tech in finance introduces very many new and very unfamiliar elements which pushes us to take a fresh look at some of the activities that international policymakers engage in, this is something that needs attention sooner rather than later.

  4. Trevor Hollingsbee:

    It introduces a potential vulnerability where they was none before - it is a sudden new complication in an arena that China was dominating.

  5. David Kennedy:

    The problem is that the technique that Apple Inc -LRB- AAPL.O -RRB- introduces could be used again by The FBI. And if it gets out, by China or Russia or others, it introduces exposures that have n’t been there in the past. It’s a backdoor.

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    directed outward; marked by interest in others or concerned with external reality
    • A. articulate
    • B. indiscernible
    • C. aculeate
    • D. extroversive

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