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For instance, I’m not normally a fancy-steakhouse person, and I certainly don’t dine like a modern-day oil baron.
Several of this blog’s sources have criticized the paper’s handling of these situations, and certainly there have been screw-ups.
All of which is why helmet makers will almost certainly continue to be extremely cautious—to the point of evasion—about how they talk about safety.
Our strategy is certainly to leverage the power of the portfolio.
Even the Facebook remarketing tag that millions of advertisers and publishers have come to depend on will most certainly change drastically.
Whether this moment came off as the performer intended or not, it certainly made quite the feast for Twitter’s legions of jokesters, many of whom found the scene extremely relatable.
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He is likely to have surgery for the toe he injured during the playoffs and, more certainly, he is about to become a first-time father.
The Hoyas couldn’t finish, but a victory was certainly within reach.
Then maybe slots, let’s call it 50 to 100, they’re offering merit aid to many of the best students, but certainly not all.

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