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The notebook contains within it a dare for whoever picks it up, a scavenger hunt through the store that culminates in reciting Joni Mitchell’s “River” from a small stage to a mostly empty room.
Hogan added several chapters about his actions in the coronavirus crisis, culminating in his purchase of the first South Korean tests.
All this culminated in the untimely and unethical use of CRISPR by the scientist He Jiankui to edit the germline DNA of human embryos, an irresponsible and cavalier act that affected the heredity of two girls forever.
Express forecastForecast in detailOur fantastic stretch of weather culminates today with the seventh Nice Day stamp, as partly to mostly sunny skies and highs in the 70s dominate yet again.
This full and balanced wine from the Napa Valley boasts aromas of lychee, citrus, apple pie, and peach, all culminating in a lengthy finish.
All of this, along with the muddled back to school season, has culminated in a nine to 10-week holiday campaign.
Finally, agriculture caused an explosive population increase, culminating in civilizations of millions of people.
Other methods overheat sensitive brain tissue and culminate in damage.
Then Coinbase tightened its guidelines on discussions around politics at work, culminating in Armstrong’s post, according to Wired.
The battle continued to rage with increasing violence, the culminating point being reached on November 11.

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