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A Marine was standing outside the West Wing on Wednesday afternoon, as is customary when the president is in the Oval Office.
VICE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: HIGHLIGHTS AND FACT-CHECKSCOLBY ITKOWITZ, ANNE GEARAN, MATT VISER, FELICIA SONMEZ, JOHN WAGNEROCTOBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
As is customary, the court did not give a reason for not accepting Davis’s case.
One difference between the two initiatives is that Asana has no lockup for employee and other insider shares as is typically customary with a direct listing.
At the same time, it complained that Apple had “dismissed” its requests to waive the App Store’s customary 30% fee on in-app purchases.
The Centers for Disease Control, as is customary, developed its own test, but a lab error made it useless.
The west side features customary depictions of Romulus and Remus – the mythic warlike founders of Rome.
It is interesting to note that some other articles of customary export showed large declines in 1915 as compared with 1914.
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
The next day, a great crowd of men arrived, who performed their customary dances around the corpse.
In January, 1899, a Spanish gunboat silently entered the port without the customary whistling and firing of salute.
Secret instructions would not affect the rights of a purchaser ignorant of them and relying on customary authority.

WORDS RELATED TO CUSTOMARY

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION