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The other two were apprehended a week later after a SWAT team converged on them in a hotel in Arlington.
Any attempt to do so suffers from the necessary restriction that data on migration, usually measured in the number of people apprehended trying to cross the border, lags reality.
The number of family unit members apprehended at the border is higher than at any point since that 2019 surge.
The most recent data we have are for February, a month in which about 97,000 people were apprehended at the border.
Even when the eye apprehends no change, the mind expects movement.
She was later apprehended after a tip-off following the Unsolved Mysteries episode, and was incarcerated for 18 months in a men’s prison.
He was apprehended halfway down the East Coast, covered in blood and insisting on his innocence.
MY FRIEND, THE MURDEREREUGENE ROBINSONNOVEMBER 24, 2020OZY
She began to look with her own eyes; to see and to apprehend the deeper undercurrents of life.
Angels have a constitution which distinguishes them from man, yet with him they apprehend the authority of the one moral law.
Though Richard could not fail to apprehend the implied dismissal, he was minded at first to disregard it.
MISTRESS WILDINGRAFAEL SABATINI

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