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People have a complicated relationship with robots, torn between admiring them, fearing them, rejecting them, and even boycotting them, as has happened in the automobile industry.
I admire anybody who can look forward, and make a statement about 2021.
Russell, a player he admired above all others, scored 19 points for Boston, with 32 rebounds and five blocked shots.
It was a publishing company, based in New York, whose product I really admired.
So, the second rookie mistake, I would say, was that because I trust and admire Gerard and his experience greatly, I did not put a great deal of oversight over the company.
The shelf is relatively wide at 46 inches, giving you lots of room to place items you admire.
Still, sometimes you have to admire a good, old-fashioned rushing performance in the mold of history’s greatest RBs — and that’s exactly what Derrick Henry of the Tennessee Titans is giving us this season.
DON’T TELL DERRICK HENRY THAT RUNNING BACKS DON’T MATTERNEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)OCTOBER 22, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
“I seriously so admire her story,” she texted her friend, a fellow Catholic woman, as she watched the Supreme Court nominee’s confirmation hearings this week.
For the many Americans who admired Ginsburg, the news of her death is painful on multiple levels.
Let them that sail on the sea, tell the dangers thereof: and when we hear with our ears, we shall admire.

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