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Because of the pandemic, the former president will likely be unable to have the spectacular arena tour that Michelle Obama had, what was then an unprecedented launch for a political book.

More Than a Vote has been working with sports teams to make giant arenas available as voting venues.

Unlike local titans Progressive Insurance and Sherwin Williams, TransDigm hasn’t sponsored any of the city’s sports arenas.

The Big Corporate Rescue and the America That’s Too Small to Saveby Lydia DePillis, Justin Elliott and Paul KielSeptember 12, 2020ProPublica

The league barred media from locker rooms and publicly considered having teams play to empty arenas before ultimately stopping play altogether.

The team puffed six of these scents into arenas with lone locusts.

Amid the recent tragedy, I was heartened to see images from the March on Washington on Friday and to hear NBA and WNBA players push owners to use publicly funded arenas as voting places.

Another, called Kernel, also has been operating in the arena.

Walmart’s interest in the popular app shows how serious McMillon is about moving the world’s biggest retailer into the faster-growing arena of media and online content.

Following the big drugmakers into the testing arena may be difficult, especially if an approved vaccine is available.

The team puffed six of these gregarious-only scents into arenas along with control scents to test whether any acted as attractants for solitary locusts.


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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.