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In his introduction to “Let Me Tell You What I Mean,” her slim new volume, Hilton Als suggests that it’s Didion’s “feeling for the uncanny” that distinguishes her contribution to American nonfiction.
The high-powered Chiefs, whose contribution to the 31-9 score late in the fourth quarter has been three field goals, are on the verge of becoming just the third Super Bowl contestant to fail to get into the end zone.
I’ve had some real … I know what it’s like to be undervalued, to be not respected in your workplace, to have your contributions be diminished.
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In times of national crisis, we’re used to sports making a contribution to our recovery.
Liberals argued the role of bottom-up people power shouldn’t be overlooked, particularly the contributions of people of color and local grassroots activists.
He highlighted the contributions of nurses, small-business owners, grocery store workers, educators and others who have sacrificed and risen to the challenges of working during the pandemic.
Tax-deductible contributions to these financial vehicles exceeded payouts to charity by more than $11 billion.
Over a period of time, this country came to see the broader contribution that Hank Aaron had made.

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