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In 2004, I was a surrogate for John Kerry and really worked my butt off to try to get him elected.
As tough as it was, covid kicked our butts, but we did a good job bouncing back with the little practice time we had.
Dumpling maker Calvin Shea recommends pork butt for dumplings.
We’re the butt of the nation’s jokes every time the federal government shuts down for at least 300,000 workers at a whisper of snowfall.
Perhaps it’s the litany of prescribed butt exercises that should land me an ExOfficio modeling contract any day now.
Squat down, keeping heels on the ground and lowering your butt until it is at or just below your knees.
She’d planned to come back before the election, she explained, but unexpected medical complications “kicked my butt” and doubled her time out of the office.
After NBA free agency concluded — hell, even before free agency had concluded — one team, the Detroit Pistons, seemed to be the butt of more jokes than any other.
Even if a vaccine has trained your immune cells to kick the butt of any SARS-CoV-2 viruses they spot, they might not be able to neutralize the ones resting in your nose, on the other side of your mucous barriers.
ONCE YOU GET THE COVID-19 VACCINE, CAN YOU STILL INFECT OTHERS?MAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)DECEMBER 18, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
It’s old-skool, Old World child-rearing, a stick across the butt rather than a carrot.

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