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Yuri Gagarin and his fellow cosmonauts were devastated by their colleague’s sudden demise, the Soviet’s first cosmonaut fatality.
THE MAN WHO FELL FROM SPACESEAN BRASWELLNOVEMBER 27, 2020OZY
Robert Schofield, a biophysicist at the University of Oregon in Eugene, isn’t convinced by the battle data, and wonders whether the armorless ants had other differences that may have led to their demise.
I was using another model until its recent, untimely demise.
It turns out that predictions about the demise of the office are likely overstated.
The demise of third-party cookies promises to accelerate the decline of third-party data, and brands will require more direct data solutions to ensure return on investment and maximize the impact of their advertising spend.
So while most 2020 headlines about Jordan Cove forecast its demise, they miss the fact that people like Gow could still lose their land and foreign business interests could still get very rich, even if they never break ground.
IT’S HIS LAND. NOW A CANADIAN COMPANY GETS TO TAKE IT.BY LEE VAN DER VOO FOR PROPUBLICAOCTOBER 1, 2020PROPUBLICA
This was, from the start, illogical, since restaurants in most states still haven’t been able to reopen at full capacity, and rehiring a full staff to operate a mostly empty restaurant only spells a slower demise.
Now arose a difficulty—whether the property of the late King demised to the King or to the Crown.
THE GREVILLE MEMOIRSCHARLES C. F. GREVILLE
It's going to be a great shock to some of them one of these days to wake up and find out they're demised!
It was demised to her doubtless before her marriage, but it was not altered in relation to her after her marriage.
SHAKESPEARE'S FAMILYMRS. C. C. STOPES

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