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All economic activity came to a grinding halt, with everything from school and cinema halls to offices and factories completely shut.
While experts can provide scientific advice, given the difficult policy choices ahead, a more inclusive and participatory dialogue is needed, through hearings, town halls and citizen panels.
Early in my senior year, I heard Angelika cheerfully bellowing my name down the hall, her usual method for calling people to her office.
The initial plan had been to test all students living in residence halls every other week, says Jake Baggott, associate vice chancellor and executive director of University Health Services.
Be sure to check out the town hall we’re hosting next week for this race.
I want a diverse representation inside of Congress in the halls of the … in the House and the Senate.
WHEN MADISON CAWTHORN FELT ‘INVISIBLE’EUGENE ROBINSONFEBRUARY 9, 2021OZY
“When it’s safe, I look forward to walking the halls and traveling the country to get to know you and your colleagues in person,” he wrote.
She also first walked through the halls of 30 Rockefeller Plaza to just miss the cut on “Saturday Night Live.”
Once Schumacher voted for Hall, the other two Democrats did the same.
POLITICS REPORT: ABOUT THAT SANDAG SEATSCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSJANUARY 30, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
David Ortiz, for example, will likely get into the Hall despite his use of PEDs.

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