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We have seen enough of this brave new approach among pharma companies, however, to think their collective action over the past three-quarters of a year might actually change the world, or save part of it.
Finally, some brave producers have started to schedule holiday releases.
If you’re brave enough, put yourself in Terence Davis’s shoes.
“You can make sure that when you are talking about de-escalation, you are brave enough to discuss the circumstances where it doesn’t go in a way that feels incredibly neat, where it feels incredibly easy to deal with,” said Cabral.
Many of the brave and caring staff in these nursing homes become infected, likely because of the intensity of this higher R0 and their exposure time with residents.
Nogués and his brave lads have done their bit indeed for the glory of the Army of France.
Its record is largely that of battles and sieges, of the brave adventure of discovery and the vexed slaughter of the nations.
I feel proud and happy to shelter beneath my roof any of our valued and brave allies.
A few words explained his errand; but the brave Englishman would hardly hear it to the end.
Then the friars call the natives Spaniards and the military officers own us as their sons and they dub us brave soldiers.

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