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As world leaders step forward to take the Covid-19 jab in their countries, prime minister Modi will likely take the shot only in the second phase of India’s rollout.
The communication and the fact that we’re all working together as a team — I interpret that as the trust that’s built here — will help us going forward.
There’s no source on its own that can push out any single path forward.
Jairus Hamilton, a 6-8 forward, started in Morsell’s place alongside Scott and Galin Smith as Turgeon opted for three forwards.
With Russell Westbrook out for rest, starting forward Rui Hachimura was Beal’s second-in-command all night and got something worth celebrating on his 23rd birthday.
The league could go forward with its voting process, name the two 12-man rosters and then scrap the event so the stars could rest before the second half of the season and the playoffs.
I know I should have prepared her better, but what's done is done and we need to move forward.
While the cannons may not fire in their typical fashion, we look forward to showcasing parts of our tradition while working within the league’s guidelines.
With all of the absences, forward Philippe Maillet, 28, became the fourth Capitals player to make his regular season NHL debut this year.

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