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Among the 160 items, you’ll get a CPR mask, metal tweezer, eye wash, emergency blanket, knuckle adhesive bandages, and plenty of cotton tip applicators.
Whereas something like Starlink seeks to blanket the planet with many more satellites orbiting at a closer distance, satellites in higher orbits have a larger communications footprint, meaning each can cover more of the Earth.
In recent years, artists have begun asserting clauses that exclude the use of songs at political rallies from the blanket licensing regimes.
After running on an extreme sleep deficit for several pandemic months in a row, I decided to give in to the weighted blanket craze and did hours of research on which one was the right fit for me.
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So, a blanket statement of just quarantine might not be enough to keep potential carriers in lockdown.
Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas that works like a blanket to keep in heat.
So rather than a blanket approach to an outreach where anyone who covers tech is included, fine-tune that media-list.
In terms of naval technology, fireship is a blanket term used for different types of warships that were used with various tactical outcomes.
He swerved as he passed it, and, looking, saw that it was a bundle wrapped in a striped blanket.
And, old ink pot, tuck a horse blanket under my chin, and rub me down with brickbats while I feed!

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