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Keep building taller and taller barriers?
That’s especially true of barriers erected by the for-profit model of scientific publication.
Some organisms can cross these barriers; birds can cross the English Channel, while bears cannot.
The barriers do the job of preventing infected droplets from hitting the eyes, Kim-Farley said.
Some engineering safety barriers follow the same principle of concentric physical barriers.
“We strive to reduce tariff barriers, non-tariff barriers and subsidies,” the statement said.
Last year, the Pentagon diverted $7 billion of its budget to build barriers in California, Arizona and New Mexico.
Since the mid-20th century, nations have increasingly reduced tariff barriers and currency restrictions on international trade.
Las Vegas casinos began reopening on June 4, with hand-washing stations, spaced-out seating, and plexiglass barriers becoming the norm.
In most modern economies the possible coalitions of interested groups are numerous, and the variety of possible unilateral barriers is great.
But we also have racial barriers, gender barriers, homophobic barriers, disability barriers.”
This competitive process can only occur with low barriers to entry, allowing a new entrant to compete on equal footing with an established incumbent.
Some of these barriers to care, such as geographical and cultural barriers, remain as such even in systems that aim to provide universal access.
For most countries international trade is regulated by unilateral barriers of several types, including tariffs, nontariff barriers, and outright prohibitions.
They will also benefit substantially from liberalisation of the remaining trade barriers in America, Europe and Japan—as well as reform of their own trade barriers.
Interactive maps, invisible barriers, intelligent zoning: Most mapping-capable robot vacuums now let you draw invisible, software-based barriers throughout your home, using a smartphone app.
Puzzled by the stubbornly low numbers of women entrepreneurs receiving financing, Padnos came up with a hypothesis: Women face higher barriers because the barriers are perceived to be higher.
She said the focus of the Voting Rights Act had properly changed from “first-generation barriers to ballot access” to “second-generation barriers” like racial gerrymandering and laws requiring at-large voting in places with a sizable black minority.
The benchmark covers a range of product types, including removable products that act as barriers across vulnerable points, such as doors and airbricks; temporary, freestanding barriers which are assembled close to, but not in contact with, a building; and property flood skirt systems.
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