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Bishop Garrison, assuming a newly created role, will directly advise Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on diversity and inclusion issues.
Covington, who began disparaging Usman months before their fight, assumed a more vitriolic tone than Woodley, provoking several confrontations including one in the Palms Casino Resort buffet line the day after Usman defeated Woodley.
Since you assume your benefits are on hold, and you know nothing about the scammer's lies and schemes to steal your identity, you're unaware that your payments are being illegally sent to the scammers.
According to the authors, it's generally been assumed that whichever creature inflicts the most damage wins the fight.
A parent will always assume that it is their child’s friend who suggested doing the prohibited thing, not their beloved progeny.
Predators assume, often correctly, that victims will keep their secrets.
It’s safe to assume they already own every mug ever made or sold at Anthropologie.
It’s easy to miss them or assume they are not there because of the crude language.
Many have assumed that Marvel Studios would just start over fresh with the X-Men, and for good reason.
We calculated the maximum possible benefit assuming an officer takes 10% of his or her sick days over the course of a career, which we understand to be a reasonable assumption according to our conversations with experts.
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

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