Accompanying [adjective]

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The impact assessment accompanying this communication demonstrates that an emissions reduction of 55% by 2030, compared to 1990 levels, is both economically feasible and beneficial for Europe, with proper policies in place.

It is no coincidence that such unusual surplus has been accompanied by such spectacular waste.

The basic concept is to ask users to set a challenge asking users to film themselves carrying out a specific action or activity and post the video with an accompanying hashtag.

Friends and partners are welcome when accompanied by someone transmasculine.

Profilaktika also accompanies those rare cases when people are allowed to use toilets.

Von Neumann, who died in 1957, viewed poker as the perfect model for human decision making, for finding the balance between skill and chance that accompanies our every choice.

These slaves were accompanied by middle-class freemen and freed immigrants, who hailed from varied regions like North Africa, Gaul, Spain, and even Egypt and Syria.

Each term is defined, used in context and accompanied by an audio clip so kids can hear how the words are pronounced.

It’s the idea that a patient at a hospital, or a clinic is going to be discharged having already met a peer or someone who’s going to either accompany them to an appointment or they’ve met the doctor or clinician who will take care of them.

In Africa the ova, and even adults, of Distoma hmatobium are common, accompanying "Egyptian hematuria."