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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The companies also need to add additional RNA — a cap and tail — flanking the spike protein instructions to make the molecule stable and readable in human cells.
A thick, knitted cap like Madewell’s wool cuffed beanie will prevent your ears from falling off when that chilly northern wind hits you.
Some of the states most populous jurisdictions, including Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, have taken that restriction further and imposed formal caps.
In a salary cap system that prioritizes young, cheap talent, undrafted free agents are the youngest and the cheapest.
I’ve had the caps of otherwise bomber products completely shatter after one waist-high drop.
We have over 100 investors on our cap table, and many of them don’t typically invest in food and beverage.
Manufacturers will be competing for the limited supply of critical components, including biological raw materials like nucleotides and enzymes as well as more mundane supplies such as vials and caps.
The health advisory urges a 25-person cap on indoor gatherings while limiting nonessential travel to 35 states.
Since these caps would mostly only impact visits during peak hours, restaurants would lose about 42% of customers on average.
The owners and players will attempt to keep the salary cap and luxury tax line close to last season.

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