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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of shifts in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of shifts in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of shifts in a Sentence

  1. Danielle Hale:

    Seeing the number of homes increase is great news for buyers, it shifts the trend and they are seeing more homes. It should help balance the market, slowing down home price growth and increasing the time on the market.

  2. Edmund Outslay:

    Pfizer maximises the deductions it takes in the U.S. and maximises the income it shifts to low-tax jurisdictions.

  3. Oliver Contreras/Pool/Sipa:

    Liberal reporters frankly supported the mandate, so they never did much digging. But as of January, there were 31,000 fewer full-time airline workers than before COVID. And while we were told pretty much everyone was complying, it turns out a lot of people were also quitting or retiring early, it's gotten so bad that JetBlue is basically begging flight attendants to take on some open shifts. Alaska Airlines is paying double to take on extra work, but it was the number of retiring pilots that is the most alarming. Obviously, no pilots means no flights.

  4. Cathy Edwards:

    When Search first began, our results were just plain text, today, we’re introducing three fundamental shifts in how we think about Search, including a range of new features that use AI to make your search experience more visual and enjoyable.

  5. James Wood:

    People have to stand close to each other and shout to make themselves heard... you have people working long shifts close to each other, all those things magnify the risk of infection.

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    in or of the month preceding the present one
    • A. incumbent
    • B. eminent
    • C. tacky
    • D. ultimo

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