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That has at times meant bowing to political pressure from global leaders.
In 2017, Los Angeles was awarded the 2028 Games, the same day Paris was chosen as the 2024 host, after several countries bowed out of the process early.
After seating himself toward the bow, with me facing him, he takes hold of the oars and starts rowing.
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Others blame the Australian government for bowing to the protectionist interests of media cronies such as Rupert Murdoch, and putting tech companies in an absurd position.
Their heads, bent by gravity, appear bowed in reverence toward one another.
They bowed to reality and acknowledged that Cruz had planned to stay longer before the backlash hit.
It will be a fitting bow on an irregular season devoid of a standard schedule.
Then Osaka greeted Williams at the net with a slight bow and a clear reverence and a gentle hug, of which Osaka said later, “Yeah, for me, I felt, it’s like it was a surreal moment, even just to see her in real life, like close-up.”
Facing his own demise, Gaspar climbed to the bow of the sinking ship, wrapped the anchor’s chain around his waist, and threw himself into the sea shouting “Gasparilla dies by his own hand, not the enemy’s!”
So, yeah, all of this points to the likelihood that WandaVision won’t end with a pretty little bow on it.

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