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Here the memoir becomes more personal and poignant, and less of a historical account weighted down by asides about process and efforts to corroborate stories.
Emergencies aside, a heated blanket can help during long drives by warming up your shoulders, which can hold a lot of tension.
All they had to do to carry his program was to set aside four minutes per hour for ads that McLaughlin’s company sold to national sponsors.
“So, if you see me drinking from the mug without the spoon aside my right cheek, neutralize me with your blaster, as that entity most likely is an evil clone,” Dan wrote.
Yet there’s also resistance to giving students the option of doing the school year over again, or setting aside more resources for English-learners, homeless students and others.
Since the law supersedes contracts that allow an end-of-career sellback that exceeds the $15,000 cap, we set those contracts aside.
HOW WE FOUND PRICEY PROVISIONS IN NEW JERSEY POLICE CONTRACTSBY AGNES CHANG, JEFF KAO AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICA, AND ANDREW FORD, ASBURY PARK PRESSFEBRUARY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
Merger speculation aside, Taboola does appear intent on extending its relationships with publishers into other sources of ad inventory.
Yes, I’ve heard the advice to take a break from social media and set aside only one part of the day to wrestle with the websites.
It’s so important to them that they put aside other things because they’re so invested in supporting their team.
The Capitals rookie was solid, turning aside 27 of 30 shots, but Washington's offense struggled in a 4-2 loss at Madison Square Garden.

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