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We need bolder action by policymakers to encourage investors.
Searching for such cues may incite children to be bolder in using their eyes to explore what’s around them.
Meanwhile, countries such as Brazil, which have seen emissions climb despite promises to scale them back, would need bolder action to make up for lost time.
Public parks have grown so important during the pandemic that planners are suggesting bold renovations.
PUBLIC PARKS, REIMAGINED FOR THE COVID ERAJENNIFER A. KINGSONFEBRUARY 9, 2021AXIOS
“Our nation is struggling, the virus is still not contained, and the American people are counting on Congress to meet this moment with bold, immediate action,” Neal said in a statement.
Hillary Clinton is probably the boldest of the names on that list.
Free organic shopping listings came out of nowhere, and the new Google Pay app, which allows retailers to offer targeted coupons and deals to users, is a bold offering.
Barring this bold, but entirely reasonable, action out of Washington, it is important to remember how much children are suffering right now.
At their center is a finely ground blend of buttery, toasted pecans, dried dates and graham crackers spiked with a bold, warmly fragrant combination of maple syrup, cocoa powder, strong brewed coffee and vanilla extract.
Carmichael, a charismatic entrepreneur with a bold and convincing vision, ran the 20th Century Motor Car Company behind the Dale.

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