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Forcing kids into longer seat times bores children who don’t need the extra time while stealing instructional attention from those who do.
Corny and boring in bed, the boyfriend is unappealing but Roberts has trouble pulling herself out of the situation.
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Studies from the late 1970s suggested that getting bored can make you more creative, and 21st-century research has backed that up.
Upon graduating she took a job with an oil company in Oklahoma but was bored by work that involved neither fieldwork nor research.
“Something that long and boring only the New Yorker would publish,” Astor said.
You’re bored with the line of questioning, bored with this strange dance the two of you do.
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But, instead of boring you with details of the blend on the label, it just promises no-holds-barred, bend-the-rules fun.
He noted that Arlington plans to conduct a full-bore analysis of first quarter grades, and how they compare with marks achieved in years past, for students of all grades in late December.
When the Wizards’ training camp opened for individual workouts Tuesday, the group Brooks had to work with bore strikingly little resemblance to the squad he had in Ernie Grunfeld’s final season as general manager.
He’s the Mike Trout of football — so reliably great, he’s boring us.
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