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In the early months of the cresting pandemic, citizens filled the streets banging pots and pans, blowing horns and clapping in weekly displays of appreciation for their courage.
I’d argue you’re simply not going to find a better bang for your buck right now with any other new game.
Koenig said marketers need to get beyond the idea of the website relaunch — that this big-bang process that occurs maybe once a year is the way to manage your site.
After all, high-intensity intervals have been a training staple for runners since at least the mid-20th century, when Emil Zátopek was banging out quarter-mile repeats to become the preeminent distance runner of his day.
Instead of building their own, developers tapped into Stripe’s ready-made variety and Stripe gets a little money every time someone bangs on the payment gateway.
We must look to the fashion industry and its way of developing an air of exclusivity—and yet still motivating crowds to bang down doors with their wallets.
The door banged shut behind him and I heard him at the foot of the stairs roaring "Ho-ho-there-ho!"
With a grin the cabman touched his cap, the door banged, and the hansom set off as if the fare were in a breakneck hurry.
Holding the garments aside, he banged upon the back of the cupboard—three blows, a pause, and then two blows.
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At the same time, the screen door of the ranch house banged shut and a flying figure descended on the new arrivals.

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