Everything collapses for a while.
Gunfire erupts, and a man collapses in the street.
Such collapses in agricultural or construction areas are real dangers.
Collapses interrupt or outright replace the unitary evolution of the quantum state.
“Huber staggers away, taking several steps, then collapses to the ground.”
A video showed a small group in the street, where gunfire erupts and a man collapses.
As Venezuela's economy collapses, a tide of lawlessness is spreading to the nearby island of Trinidad.
Obama signed Dodd-Frank Act in 2010 to increase financial stability and prevent against future collapses.
While the industry overall notched some collapses and consolidation, the category also saw some bright spots.
If this case falls, the whole edifice – from Ashkenazi exceptionalism to the supposed inevitability of black poverty – collapses with it.
After the collapses and bailouts of that era, investors have been skittish about investing in bank stocks, and as they panic, share prices will plunge.
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Lakatos collapses two of Popper’s distinctions into one; the distinction between science and non-science and the distinction between good science and bad.
He launches into an excited description: ''The U.S. collapses, Europe collapses and one of the last remaining civilizations is England, because it's an island.
But the theory does not offer any mechanism for state collapses, and it does not explain how the multiple collapses are related to each other and how our experience is accounted for in light of this multiplicity.
News Corp’s Australasia chief executive, Michael Miller, said executives would take a “significant” pay cut as the advertising market collapses and staff should brace for job losses and cutbacks, including forced leave, part-time work and nine-day fortnights.
That disaster followed other tailings dam collapses including at the Samarco mine in Brazil, which was jointly owned by Australian company BHP and Brazil’s Vale, which killed 19 people and poisoned hundreds of kilometres of river, devastating the local economy.
Star collapses could not create stellar black holes much bigger than 70 times the mass of our sun, scientists thought, according to physicist Nelson Christensen, research director of the Artemis research unit at the French National Centre for Scientific Research.
One of the country's spy chiefs, Mike Burgess, later expanded on this, saying that as 5G technologies matured, the expectation was that the distinction between the edge and core "collapses" because "sensitive functions" would begin to move outside of the protected part.
According to the Penrose and Hameroff, the environment internal to the microtubules is especially suitable for such objective collapses, and the resulting self-collapses produce a coherent flow regulating neuronal activity and making non-algorithmic mental processes possible.
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