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Now, the UK is joining the fray, with ambitious plans for a post-Brexit “Global Britain” that has stronger ties to the Indo-Pacific, where many of its former colonies reside.
However, it’s still an opportunity to assert your brand and highlight what you’re doing to alleviate those currently suffering — a far cry from simply seeking to stay out of the fray.
The rumble of hundreds crowding the steps of the Capitol could be heard blocks away as just as many demonstrators joined the fray as walked away from it.
Though the last four years were often tumultuous and destructive to our nation’s public lands, there was one piece of bipartisan legislation that stood out among the fray.
I moved into the fray and shook hands with Ricky Steamboat and Corporal Kirchner.
LaFree believes Imperial County is “headed into the fray again.”
Control cables have a way of wearing out and fraying wherever they pass round pulleys.
In wet weather it is absolutely necessary to turn up the bottoms of your trousers, to keep them from fraying.
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The cord used should be of the best hemp, specially made with only two strands of very long fibres to facilitate fraying out.
Top Sergeant Mahans patience stopped fraying, and ripped from end to end.

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