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As they moved down the street, Harris waved, held her hand to her heart, and bumped elbows and had brief conversations with several onlookers.
Amazon, meanwhile, set their preorders live late Wednesday around midnight ET, only for consoles to sell out within a similarly brief timeframe.
For over a decade, astronomers have puzzled over the origins of fast radio bursts, brief blasts of radio waves that come mostly from distant galaxies.
After brief introductions, he told me to follow him, but he went the wrong way.
I’m most in love with the liner, which feels like a comfy pair of boxer-briefs even when they get wet.
WarnerMedia has told ad buyers that it plans to roll out HBO Max’ ad-supported tier in the second quarter of 2021, according to agency executives who have been briefed on the matter.
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You would also have to provide some brief yet proper descriptions under your videos.
That said, some say that some briefs are coming in as usual and that the norms of fall marketing aren’t entirely out the window.
Vicars' wives had come and gone, but all had submitted, some after a brief struggle, to old Mrs. Wurzel's sway.
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