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It has since grown into a full-blown campaign, which Rutter and Foley are calling Bird Names for Birds, with a petition that garnered more than 2,500 signatures and an endorsement from the nonprofit American Bird Conservancy.
Single-digit temperatures combined with high winds and light precipitation to create bone-chillingly damp weather that instantly stung any exposed skin with blown ice particles.
Look no further than Friday’s blown lead against the Warriors for compelling evidence.
The county – after some foot-dragging and blown deadlines – provided the records.
Experts expect full-blown quantum computers to be ready in a decade, or longer.
Inspired by these improbabilities, Angela wondered just how likely one blown lead truly is.
This effectively stops the virus from spreading through the body, preventing full-blown infection.
A well-structured program will yield many tests to prove a hypothesis before it’s ready for full-blown exposure, so stopping at a one-off test leaves plenty of valuable data undiscovered.
Yet both parties have ways of stalemating the process, potentially resulting in a full-blown constitutional crisis with no clear legal resolution.
Going back to the “feature, product or business” query, a lot of these players look a lot more like features than full-blown financial companies.

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