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Judge Liam O’Grady indicated that Hale’s sentence would probably not change based on the number of convictions and said he would take up that issue at sentencing.
If Hale allows bankruptcy to proceed, they ask that he appoint a trustee to replace the group’s leadership and run the organization while it reorganizes.
Hale told her Pinterest wouldn’t publish a press release announcing her, a customary gesture by tech companies to inform Congress and lobbyists of a new point person.
Soon after, Hale, Ozoma and Banks would recommend reversing a new Pinterest decision made by senior leadership to eliminate holiday pay for the lowest-paid contractors in food services, sanitation and security, many people of color and some disabled.
I know that’s less than useful advice in this circumstance, but I wanted to start with it so it doesn’t get lost in the hale of crap I’m about to throw at folks who are pimping vaginoplasty, which is what you’re suggesting is called.
THE OUTRÉ ART OF PEGGINGEUGENE ROBINSONDECEMBER 14, 2020OZY
Hale echoed a near-identical line to The Post about a week later.
Was the hale old gentleman going to make a fool of himself after all?
Father is as likely to live as either of us—is hale and strong—with a back unbent, and a step as firm as your own.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
Simultaneously, Generals Hale and Wheaton were coming forward with their columns, each having had some hard fighting on the way.
At this opportune moment Lieutenant Hale came galloping up with the rear guard.

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