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“Schirra and Stafford in Gemini VI had not taken the time to eat early enough in their mission, leaving them hungry and in need of energy by the time they rendezvoused with Borman and Lovell in Gemini VII.”
“CUDDALORE: The aquarium at the Subbarayalu Municipal Park here is in need of attention.”
“We started tutoring at the end of our second year and are now referred to those in need of private lessons by our most prestigious English professors who, in their British-accented voices, describe us as “highly capable young girls.””
“Sadly, those most in need of protection—people susceptible to demyelination and paralysis should they come down with an acute infection—are also those most likely to be at risk of severe adverse effects from the very vaccines meant to help them.”
“How can anyone who calls a tavern ‘home’ be in need of broadening?”
“A local couple, Captain and Mrs. Drew, identified the turbulent, troubled young officer as a soul in need of salvation.”
“Their basic spherical and cylindrical hull sections had been designed with ease of manufacture and replication in mind, as the still-evolving United Federation of Planets found itself in need of large numbers of ships to secure its rapidly expanding borders in the aftermath of the Earth-Romulan War.”
“Although individuals with an unrecognized genetic predisposition to autoimmunity or who have an autoimmune disease may be more in need of protection against flu pandemics and infectious-disease outbreaks than others with less overexcitable immune systems, vaccines may in and of themselves prove to be dangerous for them.”
“Now he noticed that she drove a rather modest Buick LeSabre with several dents and dings, and in need of a wash.”
“An RFA is a kind of clarion call from NIH that asks researchers to submit grant proposals in a specific area in need of more investigation—in this case the RFA is, should it ever get approval and difficult-to-find funding, to be used for researching autoimmune disease and environmental triggers more deeply.”
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