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As many critics noted, the Times has occasionally spelled out the n-word in its coverage.
Much international coverage of Ethiopia last week focused on its request for debt relief under a new framework agreed to last year by the Group of 20 countries, including China.
Two weeks ago, the president ordered the reopening of the ACA’s federal insurance marketplaces for three months to give people who need coverage during the pandemic an extra chance to buy health plans.
All of the media coverage at the time was about things like long-distance telephone competition, because that’s where the lobbyists were.
Just over a year ago in our coverage of the 2019 venture capital market, we noted that “United States-demarcated angel and seed deals dipped in 2019.”
Now that those are all online and operational, Swarm is able to provide full global network coverage, with the ability to check in with connected devices on its network up to multiple times per day.
Full coverage of the coronavirus pandemicThat message was even more important because the Super Bowl was in Florida — where the response to the virus has been so disjointed and cavalier that the state motto might as well be “Covid-schmovid.”
If you need to apply more than one coat to get good coverage, pay attention to the manufacturer’s specifications about recoat time.
Bowles kept two safeties back deep in zone coverage all night, switching between cover-two and cover-four, to take away the speed of Tyreek Hill.
The move is part of a nuanced return to travel coverage following a year when ad spending in the category almost completely disappeared.

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