So sparing is needed, too.
Sparing no modesty for the plan, Mr.
Osteotomy is a so-called joint-sparing technique that has been used to treat primarily avascular necrosis of the femoral head.
If you cycle rather than drive, you’re sparing others the associated noise, danger, climate emissions and pollution of car use.
Then it gave sparing acknowledgments of the camps’ existence.
But by sparing households, it is jeopardising the public finances.
Everyone had taken some comfort in the idea that this terrible and terrifying pandemic was in large part sparing the young.
That would align environmental goals with business ones, sparing governments the trouble of trying to balance the recyclers' books.
Hemingway renders the disorientation and distractedness of the Lost Generation in sparing prose, devoid of sentimentality and flowery language.
He also pardoned the anti-immigrant Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio, sparing the controversial former sheriff after he was convicted of criminal contempt.
Quarantine has encouraged men and women to take additional time to learn about each other prior to meeting, sparing the anxiety of rushed physical intimacy.
The government puts the welfare of children first; it intends to conclude the Hague Convention as early as possible and is sparing no effort to ensure that this happens.
The researchers are looking at how chemical compounds, such as limestone dust, can be dispersed in the atmosphere, thereby scattering sunlight and sparing an area below from its heat.
The question, then, is whether the net benefits to other species of “land-sharing” (farming extensively on a larger area) outweigh those of “land-sparing” (farming intensively on a smaller area).
In the excerpts, the typist said she had not kept a copy of the novel – perhaps sparing the blushes of a leader who has promised to clean up French politics and restore the dignity of the presidency.
Hitherto, the sea has been a buffer against it: because the heat capacity of water is several times that of air, the oceans have sucked up most of the additional heat, sparing the continents further warming.
The government knew of a plan that could have retrieved more than £360m from Carillion, limiting the cost of its collapse to taxpayers and sparing pension scheme members from cuts to their retirement payouts, but did not encourage directors to pursue it.
As the federal government has officially recognised farm labourers as “essential workers”, at least for now sparing most from the scrutiny of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents, so it has cast them into a dangerous and potentially deadly situation.
In its discussion, the paper skims over the uglier aspects of the study to identify “three strong preferences” that might provide a starting point for developing a standardized machine-ethics framework: sparing human lives, sparing more lives, and sparing young lives.
It would take more than a month for the US to give Beijing a full explanation: that a series of basic errors had led to five GPS-guided bombs striking China's embassy - including one that hurtled through the roof of the ambassador's residence next to the main building but didn't explode, likely sparing his life.
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It would take more than a month for the US to give Beijing a full explanation that a series of basic errors had led to five GPS-guided bombs striking China's embassy - including one that hurtled through the roof of the ambassador's residence next to the main building but didn't explode likely sparing his life