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He staged a protest against beach closures on the Fourth of July.
It can hold 12 letter size hanging folders, and has a latchable closure with a built in handle.
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Rounded corners help keep the book from wear and tear and the elastic closure keeps pages protected.
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To better understand what happened in the Patrick Henry cheer program, you have to go back to March when the closures first occurred.
Amid shutdowns and mandatory store closures, even e-commerce sales haven’t been enough to save some of the biggest brands in the businesses from declaring bankruptcy in the months since the pandemic began.
The threat of closure led the meatpacking industry to ramp up its efforts to seek intervention not only from the USDA but from other government officials as well.
This heavy-handed ordinance drafted by union bosses could result in the closure of several hotels already struggling to survive.
I don’t want my favorite restaurants to suffer to the point of permanent closure, but I also don’t want their workers to suffer either.
We’ve had a transition from the closures to reopening ramping up, and there’s a level of uncertainty from that.
This hydration bladder, which holds three liters of water, features an easy-open snap closure on the reservoir that makes refilling or cleaning the system a … well, a snap.

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