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Taking him at his word that he wants to help, it’s worth examining how his donations could have the biggest and most equitable impact.
A new biweekly podcast called Sex Outside, which launched February 11, examines how outdoor pursuits, sex, gender, and bodies flow into each other.
The first, released last fall, examined the risk of disease transmission aboard aircraft.
Let’s examine each of these winter weather possibilities and also look back at how much snow fell from the first wave on Wednesday night.
The onus is on the player to carefully examine surroundings to figure out where to go and what to do next.
You could sort all those emails into a file, telling yourself — and, if necessary, the proud parents — that you want to examine them at leisure.
MISS MANNERS: FAMILY MEMBER’S MANNERS HAVE GONE TO THE DOGSJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINFEBRUARY 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The Washington Post measured each Super Bowl’s “enjoyment level” by examining two factors, each on a scale from 0 to 100, with a higher number representing a more entertaining game.
Debra O’Malley, a spokeswoman for the Massachusetts secretary of the commonwealth, said the state is examining Gill’s social media activity as it relates to his role as a registered broker and employee of MassMutual.
First, the universe of contracts we examined is not complete.
HOW WE FOUND PRICEY PROVISIONS IN NEW JERSEY POLICE CONTRACTSBY AGNES CHANG, JEFF KAO AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICA, AND ANDREW FORD, ASBURY PARK PRESSFEBRUARY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
The study stressed the need to examine how those shifts could lead to misconduct, citing examples in New Orleans and Pittsburgh.
HOW THE POLICE BANK MILLIONS THROUGH THEIR UNION CONTRACTSBY ANDREW FORD, ASBURY PARK PRESS, AND AGNES CHANG, JEFF KAO AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICAFEBRUARY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA

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