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Days after sending the tweet — which she concedes was perhaps her most pointed remark on the matter — McClatchy news executives told her she was fired.
It also conceded 16 and is second worst defensively in the league.
So much has been said about their center back injury problems but actually they conceded 16 goals in the first eight games of the season.
THE PREMIER LEAGUE RACE IS TIGHT. WHICH TEAMS REALLY HAVE A CHANCE?CHADWICK MATLIN (CHADWICK.MATLIN@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)JANUARY 15, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
And, as the authors point out, the fact of chaos was not exactly surprising, from pandemic interruptions to a president who has always said he would never concede.
On the occasions Ramsey lines up across from him, Adams will not concede.
After a year like no other — a country wrestling with a deadly pandemic, a president who refused to concede the election, crippling unemployment and food lines — the 2021 inauguration was already going to be unlike any other.
AN INAUGURATION LIKE NO OTHERROXANNE ROBERTSJANUARY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He conceded that enforcement was not as stringent as it should have been.
If Loeffler somehow makes amends and shows players she cares about their views, she could find a pathway to forgiveness, McCoughtry conceded.
Budenholzer’s Bucks decided that while opposing teams might want threes and layups, the Milwaukee defense was only willing to concede threes.
As Democrats gained in the vote counts late into the night, Republicans indicated that they were not ready to concede.

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