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They had a bit of shared history, with plenty to still uncover about one another, a mix of familiarity and intrigue that’s rare when getting to know someone in your golden years.
Listeners constantly hear “country music is a family,” as the genre goes above and beyond to sell familiarity.
The study didn’t include other factors, like a person’s own familiarity with weapons.
He has experience as an offensive coordinator at Miami and Arkansas, and he has familiarity with Locksley’s offensive system.
As visualizations of an unfolding pandemic, our familiarity with the idea of a dashboard and its operations obscures the significant delays and gaps in public health metric reporting and the limits of individual action.
This kind of familiarity is helping plant-based protein go beyond the purview of “tree huggers,” as Yeung puts it.
That familiarity factored into the Nationals pursuing Lester to slot in behind Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg and Patrick Corbin.
Heinicke was added to Washington’s practice squad in early December, largely because of his familiarity with offensive coordinator Scott Turner and Rivera, and was activated less than two weeks later.
Because, I told you I came from being poor, so I have no familiarity with this money condition.
TAKASHI MURAKAMI TAKES PART, THEN TAKES OVEREUGENE ROBINSONDECEMBER 13, 2020OZY
South Korea also had recent experience with a highly contagious respiratory disease, MERS, which helped boost cultural familiarity with wearing face coverings to protect against infections.

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