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The president’s record on immigration is brutal and horrendous.

In Europe, where the vendor market appears limited to many publishers, this dynamic has been particularly brutal.

While brutal emotional injury is at the center of the novel, social change is what keeps the Opgard family saga churning.

Kyle Allen sacked and took a brutal hit to his lower left leg.

A nightmarish American election — in which the mortality of both candidates is often debated — is screeching to a close, the world is battling a deadly disease, and horrors like war crimes and brutal police tactics are on the rise.

The pandemic, “with its brutal impact on economies and communities, is pushing millions more to the brink of starvation,” the WFP wrote in a statement about the award.

It’s brutal—either all up or all down, with nary a flat stretch between, but the park’s two lodges situated in the center of the action make this an ideal two-day operation.

The restaurant industry, with its razor-thin profit margins, is a brutal one even in the best of times.

It was so fantastic on the hottest runs that during a particularly brutal week in August, I noted, “Don’t want to run in anything else!”

Be “brutal with your reality,” Sweet advised fellow executives on Wednesday during Fortune’s online Most Powerful Women Summit.

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