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She’s the closest thing on the train to a doctor, and following cries for help, she rushes to save the woman with a defibrillator.
It’s a far cry from previous platform rollouts like Facebook Watch and Snapchat Discover when big-name publisher partners were proudly included in the launch announcements.
Members should be well prepared to ask questions – a far cry from the days when Alaska Senator Ted Stevens infamously described the internet as “a series of tubes” in a net neutrality hearing nearly 15 years ago.
San Diego’s water utility is preparing to absorb a five percent spike in rates this year despite cries from elected officials to freeze costs during a global pandemic.
They heard the crash and the cry as the chair went out from under her feet and she fell on the floor.
I had scarcely reached the summit of the headland when I heard a cry of pain.
THE PASSION FOR LIFEJOSEPH HOCKING
As Faith beheld it she uttered a cry of joy and held out both hands toward him impulsively.
FOR GOLD OR SOUL?LURANA W. SHELDON
And with a cry she flung herself into 211 the jumble of bright garments on her bed, and wept as if her heart would break.
CLOUDY JEWELGRACE LIVINGSTON HILL
At the sound of her steps the man arose and came toward her; this had frightened her, and she gave the cry.
THE HATED SONHONORE DE BALZAC
A stick broke under him with a snap, there was a sudden rustling in the bushes, and Sid uttered a cry of dismay.
A QUARTER-BACK'S PLUCKLESTER CHADWICK

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