How to use Shortages in a sentence

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  • It does seem curious that the oil ministry was so successfully protected and the hospitals so unsuccessfully protected from the shortages.

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  • There was an overwhelming consensus among managers that staff shortages and inappropriate midwifery establishments underlay many of the problems that they faced.

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  • Following WWII, Europe was awash in shortages, including leather.

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  • Shortages will drive the costs per gallon above $4, possibly higher.

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  • Housing costs will increase as lumber shortages appear.

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  • If you've recently downsized and need to deal with short-term staffing shortages.

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  • April 2002 State of disaster declared as worsening food shortages threaten famine.

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  • Last year's rain shortages and locust invasion severely affected agricultural production and grasslands reserved for cattle.

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  • The report also calls for action at a national level to address shortages of psychologists.

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  • A Home-made placards would be very welcome, placards about the staff shortages would be particularly topical.

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  • The early 1960s had seen severe food shortages across the whole of India.

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  • The labor shortages in the booming economy of South-East England have attracted many workers from abroad.

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  • I suppose it is amazing that they were printed at all, in view of the wartime shortages.

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  • Water shortages and droughts will also become more common as global climatic changes leave us with wetter winters and drier summers.

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  • The government would buy up all the agricultural surpluses against the day of shortages.

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  • The colonial government also used volunteer servicemen from 1942 to solve the growing problem of soldier shortages in the Japanese army.

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  • Can a security company base a policy on published police response times or local known shortages of police manpower?

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  • There is a risk that these targets will not be net and shortages of dentists will continue.

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  • The Ukraine siphons off gas from this supply, stimulating shortages across the EU.

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  • There is a national problem of skills shortages in the construction industry.

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  • We know that all four hospitals in Hertfordshire have been struggling with the same issues of staff shortages at key times of the year.

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  • Foundation degrees are a relatively new initiative intended to tackle skills shortages by being tailor-made for businesses, for employers.

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  • Grossmann declares that the cash shortages are now " a thing of the past ".

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  • Structural shortages, however, continually undermined this legitimacy.

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  • Cash flows ebb and flow, causing cash shortages in some months and providing additional cash in other months.

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  • When these sources have been used up, the sectors who utilize them will face even more difficult shortages.

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  • In some parts of the world, drought conditions are already significant, and experts expect water shortages to increase by 66 percent or more in the near future.

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  • Global warming is expected to have an effect on world water supplies, creating shortages of water in many locations.

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  • Many employees cope with constant deadlines, long hours, staff shortages and feelings of being underappreciated and overworked.

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  • Ace Hardware grew throughout the Midwest in the 1930s, and in the 1940s even among wartime shortages and rationing, Ace's innovative strategies met public needs, thus strengthening their reputation as a neighborhood store.

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  • Fox News speculates that 50 to 70 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep shortages.

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  • The Japanese and U.S. launch were only months apart at the end of 2004, but the European launch was delayed until September 2005 due to product shortages.

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  • Gluts and shortages are a constant with any commodity and usually smooth themselves out over the long term.

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  • If they are not included, the young child may suffer from shortages of vitamins B12, B2, and D; protein; calcium; and zinc.

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  • Companies that developed and produced vaccines halted or threatened to halt production and serious vaccine shortages developed.

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  • You can find lists of immediate shortages and long-term shortages online along with estimated salaries.

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  • With current nursing shortages affecting hospitals and clinics nationwide, you're pretty much assured a stable work environment.

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  • Alex Sepkus is a native of the former Soviet republic of Lithuania, where he refined his jewelry design art under strict controls and material shortages that inspired him to turn even small rings into stunning works of art.

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  • Even with this organized system, Confederate soldiers suffered shortages for the duration of the war.

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  • There were actually shortages of uniforms during the war for the Confederate soldiers.

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  • This updated version was created as a way to take into account the food supply shortages during the war period.

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  • The design and style of men's underwear reverted back to button closures due to the rubber and metal shortages caused by World War II.

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  • The uneasiness caused by the excessive dependence of Great Britain upon the United States for cotton, coupled with the Recent belief that shortages of supply are more frequent than R they ought to be, and the fear that diminishing returns attempts to open may operate in America, occasioned the formation in England of the British Cotton Growing Association on.

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