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Atmosphere has cooled considerably, and the snowfall rate is higher than the melting rate in Vienna, VA.
SNOW AND WINTRY MIX CONTINUE OVERNIGHT, ESPECIALLY NORTH OF DISTRICTJASON SAMENOW, WES JUNKER, ANDREW FREEDMANFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
However, their memory decayed considerably after 10 minutes and almost completely after one hour.
IS YOUR DOG ACTUALLY SMART? DEPENDS ON ITS MEMORY.BY JAN HOOLE/THE CONVERSATIONFEBRUARY 8, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
Tenkeyless models take up considerably less space than their full-size counterparts, and your hand won’t have to travel quite so far to get from the keyboard to the mouse.
Compared to last fall, when the Red Planet was exceptionally bright, it has moved away from us and dimmed considerably from Earth’s point of view.
We hope to grow considerably and continue to align the needs of both providers and consumers.
Huge-scale mergers like this are considerably less likely to succeed once the court’s party affiliation has flipped.
From the requirement of the headset needing to fit different head sizes and shapes and remain comfortable for long stretches, to the lenses themselves, VR opens up the number of variables considerably.
Joanne — she would shed her first name, finding it too fancy, and, indeed, Fred Rogers found it fit for his puppet queen — grew up in a considerably less wealthy but immensely loving home.
Since Oak Flat went to print, the situation has sped up considerably.
Many have criticized the government’s decision to considerably loosen restrictions over summer after the first lockdown in spring in order to try to revitalize the economy.

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