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The Washington Nationals are no strangers to long-shot comeback bids.
THE NATIONALS ARE RUNNING OUT OF TIMENEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)SEPTEMBER 11, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Now, thanks to Covid-19, the custom appears poised to make at least a modest comeback, according to three transportation companies that spoke to Quartz.
It’s not often that a 19th century old technology makes a comeback.
Free throws, which had been steadily dropping in the 3-point era, made a comeback.
Colleges and universities have constantly shifted their comeback plans, but at this point about 25 percent plan to be mostly online, 21 percent primarily in person, 15 percent taking a hybrid approach … and 27 percent TBD.
IS SCHOOL OUT FOREVER?DANIEL MALLOYAUGUST 9, 2020OZY
Making a political comeback isn’t easy when you’ve infuriated your party’s boss.
Sea otters are staging a comeback along Canada’s North Pacific coast, but not everyone is happy about it.
Now, with every chance for a comeback, Nan wanted me to pass!
THE SCAPEGOATRICHARD MAPLES
Fergus made an extremely poor showing on Memorial Day, and the manager thinks this odd bull would provide a real comeback!
THY ROCKS AND RILLSROBERT ERNEST GILBERT
The only American comeback to this growing prejudice is to build factories or assembling plants within the British Isles.
THE WAR AFTER THE WARISAAC FREDERICK MARCOSSON

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