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Lil Nas X is always breaking barriers—hisdebut single, “Old Town Road,” has officially become the highest certified song in RIAA history.
Mama Africa’s next pick is a classic by a certified musical prodigy in Felix Mendelssohn.
Here is a selection of certified Champagne wines in a variety of styles to consider popping open anytime this winter.
Now he’s a certified Republican star, with an unlikely triumph in his first-ever run for office positioning him for a place on the national stage.
A NEW VISION FOR AMERICADANIEL MALLOYNOVEMBER 29, 2020OZY
Texans who have Covid-19 as the election approaches even need to present a certified doctor’s note in order to vote by mail.
Official, certified results often take days or weeks to arrive, and that has long been the case.
The reaction of both traditional media and social media will be key to whether voters understand that certified results are not coming on Election Day—a timeline that election officials say is just fine.
I replied with a certified copy of the original which Henriette had already placed in the president's hands.
MRS. RAFFLESJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
He went to the meeting of his partners with a certified check for the amount of their claims in his pocket.
Then they scare him into signing co-partnership papers, and make him turn over those certified checks to them.
AVERAGE JONESSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS

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