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They’re gaining a year of firsthand experience in resilience, flexibility and grit that’s rarely part of a lesson plan.
To forestall that particular future, the project suggests, perhaps we have to travel there ourselves, seeing it — and smelling it — firsthand.
The medium of late-night offers that wide reach to affirm the values of hard truths even for those who’ve experience it daily firsthand.
Lucy Jordan, a British writer living in Brazil with her family, experienced this firsthand.
I saw that firsthand, and you can see it in his coaching record.
The trope of the bad boss is solidly embedded in our culture and in our collective psyche, not just because of Hollywood but the result of our firsthand experiences.
I know this firsthand, as it took my parents about 20 years to build their home in Accra, Ghana, because they did not have access to mortgage finance.
In the meantime, many Americans are experiencing this problem firsthand in the form of canceled appointments.
HOW OPERATION WARP SPEED CREATED VACCINATION CHAOSBY CAROLINE CHEN, ISAAC ARNSDORF AND RYAN GABRIELSONJANUARY 19, 2021PROPUBLICA
Such disclosures, vivid, firsthand, have the power to complicate our response to the King FBI file.
Compass Coalition and the Rad Human Project head to Bermuda to see firsthand what Plastic Tides is doing to reduce the impact the synthetic material is having on our oceans.

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