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He followed through, seizing the belt and casting Woodley into his current descent.
At the Street Church program, he would quietly give out sandwiches and once noticed a man who would “wear out his belts and shoes a lot,” Mooneyham said.
Avdija, who missed more time than Hachimura and has just three games under his belt after getting out of the league protocols, scored 13 points and shot well in each of his past two games, pulling in seven rebounds Tuesday and four Wednesday.
Jim is one of the best pilots I know—calm and extremely skilled, with thousands of hours of mountain flying under his belt.
Retention is going to be a big focus of ours this year now that we have a solid business under our belts.
With a Super Bowl title already under his belt, Warner had another strong season for the “Greatest Show on Turf.”
Ken Balcomb, 80 but still rugged, is wearing a brown plaid shirt open like a jacket, an “Orca Freedom Concert” T-shirt, and jeans with a chunky brass-buckled belt sporting a Native killer whale motif.
No device will ever replace good parenting, so think of a vitals-tracking monitor as an extra protection measure, like wearing a high-tech belt with suspenders.
It’s one thing to join a company or start a new role when you have a certain number of years’ experience under the belt.
With that experience under its belt, SpaceX was able to attract more customers with greater confidence.


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