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Then the regular season begins April 1, when they host the New York Mets, making the meantime devoted to solidifying the roster, evaluating top prospects and staying healthy.
We’re spending some time preparing better campaigns to reach not only devoted activists, but a new audience.
A handful of amazingly devoted fans knew, and when NBC canceled the show, they pooled their money together and bought a two-page ad in Variety telling NBC not to cancel the show.
Readers, though, are disciplined, more devoted and committed to their goals, which, I’m happy to say, can be attained while eating a box of chocolates.
The unique value proposition publisher shops and marketplaces have in the crowded and ever growing e-commerce arena is ingrained and devoted audiences that look to the publication to guide them in their shopping journey.
This time, the President and his enablers did rally their most devoted followers to a higher purpose–defending his right to remain in power by any means, at any cost.
The pictures of flowers which this artist paints prove her to be a devoted lover of nature.
Claude de Vert died; he devoted much attention to the ceremonies of the church of Rome, of which he wrote a history.
After the death of Édouard Manet, she devoted herself to building up an appreciation of his work in the public mind.
Much more attention should be given than is ordinarily devoted to the consideration of rhythm.
EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK

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