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News of a potential deal comes on the heels of another big SPAC transaction in electric planes, for Archer Aviation.
On the heels of this latest round, nextmv is working to simplify its product.
The round comes also on the heels of the company raising $21 million just in June of last year.
Meanwhile, Marie drifts to the stove like an exquisite zombie—she’s still draped in the slinky liquid column of a dress she wore to the premiere, though she’s kicked off her heels—and starts to cook up some mac and cheese.
The legislation comes on the heels of other calls for action.
“WE HAVE COUNTIES IN DEEP TROUBLE”: OREGON LAWMAKERS SEEK TO REVERSE TIMBER TAX CUTS THAT COST COMMUNITIES BILLIONSBY ROB DAVIS, THE OREGONIAN/OREGONLIVE, AND TONY SCHICK, OREGON PUBLIC BROADCASTINGFEBRUARY 5, 2021PROPUBLICA
On the heels of private companies Robinhood and Databricks each raising $1 billion or more yesterday, Bumble is out with a new IPO filing this morning indicating that it wants to raise 10 figures as well.
Previous investors Define Ventures and Polaris Venture Partners will also participate in the round, which follows quickly on the heels of Folx’s launch from stealth in December 2020.
Pass-rusher Leonard Floyd will turn 29 in September — and, like young safety John Johnson, is heading into free agency on the heels of a great season.
Friday’s interim results come on the heels of another vaccine in final testing.
Democracy was designed to aid such a process, based on the premise – severely tested in recent years – that voters will ultimately prefer builders to bullies and healers to heels.

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