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Other works — such as Ursula von Rydingsvard’s wooden monoliths and Lynda Benglis’s waves cast in bronze — are large but not crushing.
I think that might cast you in a negative light or cause you to reveal some weakness or shortcoming.
Sia, after defending her decision to not cast an autistic actress for Ziegler’s role, promised through her since-deleted Twitter account to pull the restraint scenes and include a warning.
Even Pai’s technical tweaks threatened to cast a pall over the program.
When it came time to cast their ballots, more than 54 percent of South Dakota voters took to the polls in November in favor of a constitutional amendment to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.
Due to the massive expansion of mail voting, a staggering number of Americans cast their ballots before Election Day.
WHAT ABSENTEE VOTING LOOKED LIKE IN ALL 50 STATESNATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 9, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The Irish novelist Paraic O’Donnell starts off “The House on Vesper Sands” in winter 1893, re-creating a foggy metropolis of dark menace and eerie beauty, and populated by a properly Dickensian cast.
The outcome was that 88 percent of all votes cast were mail ballots.
The Justice Department has cast its net wide and spoken to third parties within the advertising industry, as well as search competitors as to their thoughts on how to reduce Google’s market share.
Ticket access also includes a pre-recorded Q&A with McCormick, Collins and the cast.

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