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It also advises wearing a mask while preparing food, and using things like single-serving salad dressing and condiments to keep people from sharing.
For starters, Sheridan advises parents who’ve overheard something they find objectionable to speak to the teacher one on one, away from students and outside of class time.
“When I started advising the AGs last year, I had my first meeting with them in Austin,” Caffarra said in an interview.
Without exception, they advised him to visit Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson.
While Smith led the private equity firm, Brockman continued to advise on investments, according to the indictment.
A DODGY DEAL HELPED MAKE HIM A BILLIONAIRE. IT WORKED, UNTIL NOW.PETER WHORISKEY, YEGANEH TORBATI, KEITH L. ALEXANDERNOVEMBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Pelletier has advised the commissioners for the past 15 months.
Nixon said that he was advised by President Dwight Eisenhower to challenge the results because of cheating by the Democrats but refused, he said, because it would cause a “constitutional crisis” and “tear the country apart.”
Ahead of Election Day, Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar advised it would take “a matter of days” to count a majority of the ballots.
Meanwhile, around 10 million automated calls went out to voters across the country in the days leading up to the election advising them to “stay safe and stay home,” the Washington Post reported.
In the 12-step program, they advise you to avoid relationships if you’re new to recovery.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION