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As he disarmingly and frankly acknowledges, little is certain beyond that the fire started near the Circus Maximus and, with a brief respite, burned for nine days.
There is even a brief chapter in which Bezos explains why he bought The Washington Post.
For that brief moment last Sunday, it appeared his rise was going to include his first NFL touchdown, as he hurdled Detroit Lions cornerback Justin Coleman just a few yards from the goal line.
When Knox appealed a second time to the Supreme Court, Attorney General Janet Reno filed her own brief arguing that the appeals court had ruled properly — a highly unusual departure from the argument of her own solicitor general.
RaceAhead is back after a brief hiatus and will return to a normal schedule next week.
REFLECTING AN ELECTION WITHOUT ENDELLEN MCGIRTNOVEMBER 13, 2020FORTUNE
Alito brings up a brief filed with the Supreme Court by five Democratic senators in a gun case warning that the court is becoming too political.
NIF’s laser can deliver more than 500 trillion watts of power for a brief instant, momentarily outstripping the total power usage in the United States by a factor of a thousand.
All of which she dishes on during her all-too-brief visit to The Carlos Watson Show.
CHRISTY TURLINGTON, THE MODEL ACTIVISTEUGENE ROBINSONNOVEMBER 11, 2020OZY
Sometimes the company will send out a “brief” on DSMN8 — basically, an overview of what it wants its employees to promote, such as a new doughnut flavor or a job listing.
Instead of just lending her name to a charity event or making a brief appearance, Charles is hands-on for the duration, weather be damned.

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