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The city attorney’s office remains at the center of that case, and is pursuing civil action against the property owner and organizer for maintaining a public nuisance.
Barcelona arranged a two-week stay at La Masia, the club’s famed developmental center in Spain.
When ships arrived at Acapulco from Asia each year, arrieros loaded the cargo and carried it across mountains, vast forests and large river valleys to distant urban centers and innumerable nearby pueblos.
Social distancing measures and the rising popularity of e-commerce have continued to hurt foot traffic and sales at many malls and outlet centers, even during the holidays.
The Chiefs managed just nine points, their lowest offensive output with Mahomes starting under center.
The center took line rushes with the fourth line during practice and took reps on the second power-play unit.
They did not score double-digit points for the first time with Mahomes behind center and failed to reach 20 for the third time in his 54 career starts.
Wide receiver Demarcus Robinson and reserve center Daniel Kilgore also are active for the Chiefs after they returned from five-day quarantines last week for being classified as high-risk close contacts under the NFL’s coronavirus protocols.
Defenseman Justin Schultz and center Brian Pinho remained out with injuries, and center Evgeny Kuznetsov and goalie Ilya Samsonov are still on the covid-19 protocol list.
Just a five minute walk away from the protest’s meeting point – the city center’s Novo-Sobornaya square – is The Xander Hotel, where opposition activist Alexei Navalny was allegedly poisoned by a powerful nerve agent last August.


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