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There were derelictions and debacles, dreams deferred and hopes dashed.
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After that debacle, Sanders’ team sought a paid broker to help negotiate the city’s leases and explore other solutions.
He wrote a long memo to Monroe describing the need to put out a government statement quickly, thus seizing the narrative and putting the most positive light on the debacle rather than letting the British control the story.
Meanwhile, the debacle at Stanford Medical Center, where a system to rank potential vaccine recipients managed to ignore frontline doctors, was proof that you could over-engineer the system too.
Thompson left the city in August following a new set of high-profile debacles.
After Milwaukee’s careful planning dissolved with the Bogdanovic debacle, Antetokounmpo must now weigh the Bucks’ good intentions against their mediocre results.
The debacle of 2016, in which opinion researchers universally agreed that a Hillary Clinton victory was the likeliest outcome, prompted a lot of explanation from statistics-savvy journalists.
As it’s now being called, the “polling debacle of 2020” made me think about the validity of consumer research that we see every day.
Topol says he and Hahn had several private phone conversations in the weeks following the debacle.
Voting debacle in Georgia came after months of warnings went unaddressedJordan Fuchs, Georgia’s deputy secretary of state, earlier this week dismissed the idea that early voting delays were a result of failures by state or local officials.

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