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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of tensions in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of tensions in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of tensions in a Sentence

  1. Pramila Jayapal:

    I don't think the speaker is going to bring a bill to the floor that's going to fail, what we need is to take the temperature down a little bit.... The vote is going to drive up tensions not drive down tensions.

  2. Pasi Kuoppamaki:

    This episode weakens confidence for the government's decision-making ability. The impression is that the coalition partners have had major tensions.

  3. Bonnie Glaser:

    If tensions ratchet up between the United States and North Korea, then China will end up in the middle, being seen as working closely with the country which is the problem, not giving up its nuclear weapons.

  4. Saudi Arabia:

    You cannot be blind to the tensions in the global oil markets ... these are not new developments and we have dealt with it in the past with a firm will and wisdom ... and we will deal with the new developments in the same vein.

  5. State Antony Blinken:

    As China seeks to make sovereign land out of sandcastles and redraw maritime boundaries, it is eroding regional trust and undermining investor confidence, its behaviour threatens to set a new precedent whereby larger countries are free to intimidate smaller ones, and that provokes tensions, instability and can even lead to conflict.

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