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We have a healthy marriage and communicate easily and freely.
The intensity of such moments may result from how the nose communicates with the brain.
In October 2019, Marshall said, the agency began communicating with San Diego Gas & Electric about the possibility of getting residential utility usage data.
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Prior to that, Google tested a feature to communicate to customers labeling your future open date for new businesses.
The coronavirus has reinforced the Internet as the fabric of modern American life, a luxury-turned-necessity for a generation now forced to work, learn and communicate primarily through the Web.
How we ensure that we communicate our conservative ideas and policies in a way that shows just how compassionate they really are.
As Zoom fatigue continues to snowball into remote-working fatigue in general, some businesses have embraced a new way for their staff to communicate and collaborate with colleagues — described as asynchronized working.
It requires being very clear in goals and expectations, over-communicating everything and trusting in the skills of your team.
I am now staying at my brother's and my wife refuses to speak to me — we're communicating by text only.
She and Nina quarrel, but their tiff turns out to be the least of their problems when Madeleine suffers a stroke, and is rendered unable to speak, or clearly communicate.

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