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I really believe they need to feel the pain, and really compensate for the pain they put all of us through.
This weird November free agency may be slightly different — it probably will be overloaded with trades to compensate for the limited available star power — but there will be stunning moves just the same.
Irreverent humor helps compensate for the inherent morbidity.
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You get louder, which means that in order to compensate, I have to get louder, which then makes you get louder.
The fertilized eggs, which became separate embryos, were then implanted into a female surrogate who was compensated for becoming pregnant and delivering the babies.
To compensate, or if you want a lighter gravy, you can use a small amount of beurre manié, or raw roux, which is a mixture of uncooked, softened butter and flour.
To compensate workers, retailers rely on leaderboards built into the employee advocacy platforms.
I need to make sure the people that have those skills and talents are on the team, because they compensate for my weaknesses.
Men, Willingham argues, have been reduced to their penises, which are assumed to drive their behavior, their confidence and any efforts men make to compensate for supposed deficiencies.
Alaska, which is currently dependent on revenue from extraction for more than half of the state’s economy, should be compensated fairly for the extraction, says Brena.

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