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Texas and Hawaii already surpassed their total 2016 turnoutThe explosion of early voting across the country continues apace.

Gu agrees the “partner structure” is the path forward for startups and during the event cited numerous reasons why, including the fact that many of the larger companies in the automotive space have continued work nearly apace during the pandemic.

And so, while he was celebrating the death of another with immoderate joviality, he forced on his own apace.

The Danish History, Books I-IXSaxo Grammaticus ("Saxo the Learned")

The lion also came on apace, and Mr. Great-heart addressed himself to give him battle.

Dawn came on apace, heralded by the singing of birds, and the splashing of fish in search of the early insect.

Canoe Boys and CampfiresWilliam Murray Graydon

The strange ship was only a bow shot from us, if a long one yet, but she was overhauling us apace.

A Prince of CornwallCharles W. Whistler

The moon of May in that valley is the moon of roses, for the heats once due come on apace.

The Desert and The SownMary Hallock Foote

"The inaudible and noiseless foot of Time" creeps on apace, and Christmas at last reaches Pullingham.

On they sped, the lightning now dancing ahead of them, and the thunder rolling on apace.

Donald and DorothyMary Mapes Dodge

The wet fogs came, an icy wind blew, and the long dark nights drew on apace.

What the Moon Saw: and Other TalesHans Christian Andersen

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