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To add a special pop to your countdown, give HGTV’s confetti pinata a spin.
MAKE YOUR OWN NEW YEAR’S BALL, AND 4 OTHER FAMILY PARTY IDEASPURBITA SAHADECEMBER 31, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The warning soon changed to a 15-minute countdown, prompting some residents to flee.
NASHVILLE POLICE CHIEF SAYS ANTHONY Q. WARNER IS A PERSON OF INTEREST IN THE CHRISTMAS MORNING EXPLOSIONDEREK HAWKINS, MICHAEL KRANISH, SIMONE SEBASTIAN, MERYL KORNFIELDDECEMBER 27, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Former Councilman Scott Sherman famously had a countdown of the number of days he had left in office.
POLITICS REPORT: WHAT THE DRAMATIC COUNCIL PRESIDENT CONTEST TAUGHT USSCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSDECEMBER 12, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Starship nearly took off on Tuesday, but one of its engines automatically stopped the countdown with one second remaining.
SPACEX’S STARSHIP FLIES, BELLY FLOPS, AND BURSTS INTO FLAMESCHARLIE WOODDECEMBER 10, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Creators and publishers will be able to add trailers promoting an upcoming premiere as well as customize the countdown feature.
‘BURN THE BOATS’: TV NETWORKS PLAYING WITH FIRE IN STREAMING PIVOTSTIM PETERSONDECEMBER 9, 2020DIGIDAY
The countdown to the end of third-party cookies is real, and no one wants to be left trying to piece everything together at the last minute.
PUBLISHERS MUST STRENGTHEN THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH BRANDS AND CUSTOMERSLIVERAMPOCTOBER 29, 2020DIGIDAY
While a vaccine approval before November 3 may now be out of the question, other medical developments in the fight against covid-19 could still come into play during the countdown to the vote.
ONE DOCTOR’S CAMPAIGN TO STOP A COVID-19 VACCINE BEING RUSHED THROUGH BEFORE ELECTION DAYDAVID ROTMANOCTOBER 19, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
By agreement, the countdown was to be broadcast to all aircraft over one of the airport frequencies.
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