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Ordering other drug manufacturers to stand up manufacturing lines to whip up extra batches of Pfizer's or Moderna's vaccines is not an efficient or practical way for the federal government to quickly increase supplies, some experts say.
WHY VACCINE PRODUCTION IS TAKING SO LONGALISON SNYDERFEBRUARY 12, 2021AXIOS
If you’re not reaching for your favorite small-batch beer, you’ll enjoy this crisp gin and tonic.
The appliance is big enough to fit a decent size frozen pizza, multiple hamburger buns, a feast of tater tots, or a whole batch of cookies.
Meetings and calls are arranged in “batches of time” so that the rest of the time people can get on with their work without disruption.
Repeat to fry more dumplings in additional batches, as desired, adding more water and oil and adjusting the heat as needed to prevent the dumplings from burning.
Before the first game of the NFL season in September, a small batch of fans in Kansas City booed the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs during a pregame display of unity.
Through 2020, the articles have piled up over 220 million views, and a separate batch of betting-focused videos has tallied more than 69 million views, more than triple the number of views expected, Yahoo Sports general manager Geoff Reiss said.
TechCrunch has covered Y Combinator’s virtual demo days, as well as regular batches from the various Techstars accelerators around the world.
I’ll be whipping up a batch of these swoon-worthy treats this Valentine’s Day as an act of self-love.
Later that month, China delivered the first new batch of moon rocks in over 45 years.

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