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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.
Those of the first class who wished to do so might enroll in the second class.
And all went to enroll themselves, every one to his own city.
CHRISTMAS-TIDEELIZABETH HARRISON
His answer was: No, gentlemen, I want you to enroll my name for service, but put a younger man in command.
The captain has the power to enroll Scouts and to recommend them to the local committee for badges and medals.
While this system of study is popular, and has all the glitter of novelty, many insincere persons will enroll their names.
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