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When asked if his skin color may have contributed to his early struggles to raise venture capital funding, Awotona is deliberate with his words, and doesn’t make it simple.
Surprised by the depth of their friendship and their attraction, Penelope and Agatha begin to carefully build their connection, echoing the deliberate precision of bees constructing a hive, including the sweetness at the end.
BEST ROMANCE NOVELS OF 2020SARAH WENDELLNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Baxter-Gilbert was fascinated by how those deliberate introductions might have influenced the toads’ evolution and biology.
Kelly is upbeat about bringing back the Max, and said the process for returning it to regular service will be “deliberate and structured.”
Smaller publishers may have to be more deliberate and plan ahead.
So it was with a deliberate urgency that Okoro completed her citizenship process and took her daughter with her to vote in their new hometown of Frisco, Tex.
We have to make deliberate choices around the margins of our days of the things that we can control so that our whole life doesn’t get wrapped up in productivity, or focused on financial rewards.
Its October consumer survey reports that 51% of respondents will shop at local retailers on Small Business Saturday and that 38% of consumers “will make a deliberate effort to shop at smaller retailers throughout the holiday season.”
Be deliberate in making time to care for yourself by engaging in activities that bring you joy.
Our slow, deliberate cognitions tend to be more accurate than snap judgments.
HOW OLD SHOULD A PRESIDENT BE?DANIEL J. LEVITINOCTOBER 22, 2020VOX

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