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Harding said that, in recent years, smaller clients have actually begun to see their digital ad revenues decline, with last year’s coronavirus shock delivering the toughest blow yet.
Harding and Sloan just released an episode breaking down “Blinding Lights” — and Harding gave Vox the rundown on Tfhe Weeknd’s whole vibe — his persona, his aesthetic, and why it may all be closer to pop art than pop music.
And it was at this season that the fjord near-by which the kings most oft abode gat its name of Harding.
“That is a fast boat, and we can never catch her in plain sailing,” said Allan Harding.
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Miss Gordon came the next morning, Mr. Harding with her; and the four sat out under the trees and talked.
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Whereupon Mr. Harding proceeded with all gravity to correct his misapprehension of this legend.
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She would tell Thyrsis about it at great length, and so, of course, he had to change his ideas about Mr. Harding.
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Thyrsis pledged his word that he would write no more to Mr. Harding; and so they settled down to wait for a reply.
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Thyrsis noticed that his wife was silent a great deal; and that when she did talk, she talked about Mr. Harding.
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He came back as Mr. Harding was leaving; and it seemed to him that the other's face wore a look of pain and distress.
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