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We’re also trying to enroll participants who are at risk of severe disease should they get infected.

Ortigoza hopes her trial will enroll enough people to start producing data on whether convalescent plasma works by the end of September.

Some are telling students that they cannot defer and will have to reapply if they don’t enroll soon.

The (Deferred) Class of 2020Sandya KolaAugust 9, 2020Ozy

Families who are interested in a fully remote learning option or hybrid model have the option to enroll in the district’s Surfside Educational Academy by July 26, said Matthew Jennings, a spokesman for the district.

Then there are schools that decided to enroll more students in an effort to be fiscally responsible and cover their costs, since, as I said, ADA is where funding comes from.

In general they do not want shop work related to their own trades, but prefer instead to enroll in courses in drawing.

A conservative estimate of the number of girls who could be expected to enroll for courses in these subjects is 500.

We couldn't afford to have them, and took him up to enroll in this school.

Warren Commission (11 of 26): Hearings Vol. XI (of 15)The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

If a girl is ready to enter service, she can enroll her name at the intelligence office.

A New AtmosphereGail Hamilton

Young men, students and others, were urged to enroll for the honor of Linn county and the cause of the union.


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