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A catalytic process, whereby short-chain molecules are combined to make larger ones; used in the petrochemical industry.
The numerical value of reforming in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of reforming in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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While the vast majority of workers in Qatar are fairly treated, we recognise that a minority are not. That is why we are reforming labour laws and practices.
The digital economy is new, and the existing tax laws on the books really aren't prepared for it, this is a way to begin reforming the tax law.
The lack of effective consultations and transparency in the revision process has contributed to a perception that the government is not serious about reforming the sector, improving its management and reducing corruption.
To address Albuquerque's crime problem, we have to invest in public safety, we need to be reforming policing in the city, and we need to be investing in the underlying causes of crime like addiction and behavioral health.
Voting and democracy is the protector and the empowerer of our voice on every other issue : policing, education, economic equity. Without the right to vote we have no say. No voice. No seat at the table, we're sending a message to members of the United States Senate that we expect them to do everything in their power to protect democracy. If that means reforming the filibuster then so be it.
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