And unrelated to my and my girlfriend’s fate.
Why should the two separate senses be reproduced in languages unrelated to English?
A second solution for how altruism can evolve among unrelated individuals comes from a study in humans.
However, officials say publicity around Havana Syndrome may have led some to conflate unrelated conditions with the supposed ailment.
As a result, it is not clear why being a cube and being accompanied by a cube are meant to be unrelated.
Moreover, some other forms of alienation—unrelated to productive activity—have no obvious connection with objectification.
This is an odd one, as it has been confirmed Sony are wanting to release a Venom film completely unrelated to the upcoming Spider-Man reboot.
After Bryant's death was confirmed by multiple sources, Trump first tweeted about unrelated issues – namely, his innocence in the ongoing impeachment proceedings.
Also spoken on the western bounds of Asia are Arabic and Hebrew (both Afro-Asiatic languages) and the Caucasian languages, consisting of at least two unrelated families.
The bill passed on a tight margin, 208 to 199, as some moderate Democrats from conservative-leaning districts rejected it as a costly overreach that included provisions unrelated to the pandemic.
The presence of cladodes in unrelated desert angiosperm families is an excellent example of convergent evolution, or the independent development of the same characteristic in unrelated taxa.
Most of the shortages appear unrelated to coronavirus disruptions, although in the case of the popular antidepressant Prozac, the manufacturer, Eli Lilly, cites “unexpected increase in demand” during the crisis.
Additionally, ecosystem services can provide different types of values, some related to the use of the services by humans and others unrelated to human use; these are known to economists as use values and nonuse values, respectively.
“During a pandemic, other health conditions do not cease to exist, and we’ve seen from health crises in the past that there are sometimes more deaths from conditions unrelated to the pandemic than the virus causing the pandemic itself,” said Marshall.
Some critics of the phenomenon — defined by Merriam-Webster as a demand for "greater accountability from public figures" — make slippery arguments on how it could lead to government censorship or attacks on unrelated entities, such as Bible characters.
Now, research published in leading journal Science, shows there is another equally important instruction located in a seemingly unrelated part of our DNA manual which, if removed, results in a genetically male mouse develop female genitals and ovaries.
The collision between two unrelated foreign policy crises on the EU’s doorstep – the standoff between Belarus’s leader Alexander Lukashenko and the people, and rising tensions in the eastern Mediterranean over Turkish drilling – has dismayed EU diplomats.
Biden did not hold back in his criticism of his predecessor during the interview, also saying that Trump should not be receving intelligence briefings — as it customary for former presidents — because of "his erratic behavior unrelated to the insurrection."
The chief executives of the Scotch Whisky Association and the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States urged the UK and US governments to "urgently find a negotiated solution to unrelated trade disputes and to remove all tariffs on distilled spirits".
In a reshuffling move unrelated to the current streamlining, former Best Platonic Female Friend Lisa Mayberry has been summarily terminated from the organization for malfeasance involving telling Kerner’s ex-girlfriend details about Kerner’s current girlfriend.
- lacking a logical or causal relation
- not connected by kinship
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