# Solve numa frase em (in ingles)

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**solves**the problem of the lack of income and of the inadequacy of resources for the organizations to accomplish its purposes with success to turn them autosustainable. - Besides, the new systematics of distribution of income
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**solves**the problem of ordering transactions so everyone can agree which ones came first. - Scandals in real life: they yawn over and skip: fictional unreality! Now that is interesting… because? The author takes the reader in… behind the scenes… and shows the reader all the little dirty tricks and little cunning lies… and reveals the hidden truth and
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**solves**a perplexed question of far-reaching importance to practical life. - The happy ending is guaranteed by an external intervention, in this case, his mother appears and makes things right again (but Harryś mother is no longer there): very similar to the important character that
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**solves**problems by cooperatively constructing a system of problem identification and solution that begins with the elimination of the undemocratic discrimination of monied classes and power elites. - But in the case of Bitcoin, Satoshi had the genius to add an extra detail that
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