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Until then, I thought I was just an unlucky soul, destined to live without one of my favorite cooking tools.
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Truffles seemed destined to be among the short-lived majority.
That impulse — not to own the libs but to hone the libs — seems destined to endure.
One of the wealthiest women in Africa, Alakija, 69, is a power broker — and may be destined for even greater heights.
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It's making something new from an original item destined for the trash.
Unfortunately, thanks to our national and local failures, more San Diegans are destined to die like my dad.
The attack on the Capitol will hopefully be the last on a series of acts systematically destined to undermine respect for human rights, the rule of law and the separation of powers.
In a season in which the playoff appears destined for the usual suspects — Alabama, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Clemson — Coastal Carolina injects the sport with the novelty it craves.
Keep scrolling for a look at all of the career power players you’ll hear from as we prepare you to level up and thrive as working professional who is destined for greatness!
The reporter tweeted three years ago that Avdija was destined to be the country’s first NBA lottery pick.

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