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It has bumped some contenders off this list, good barbecue joints, places I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend.
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Coinbase hesitated to comply—apparently over concerns whether the phrase would also mean support for defunding the police—but Armstrong eventually did on Twitter after a virtual walkout.
Michigan voters are entitled to a full, free and fair election in November and my office will not hesitate to pursue those who jeopardize that.
According to a consumer survey conducted by Fan & Fuel, 97% of participants said customer reviews factor into their buying decisions, and 92% of consumers hesitate to make a purchase when there are no customer reviews.
Blanche stood an instant looking into the lighted room and hesitating—flushed a little, smiling, extremely pretty.
CONFIDENCEHENRY JAMES
He talked freely and intimately in a low, hesitating drawl that was not unpleasant to hear.
He did not even feel the soft fluttering breath, playing and hesitating, as it were, round her lips as her eyes slowly closed.
BY BIRTH A LADYGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
"There's lots of things you don't know," he said in a hesitating voice, as though appealing to his old friend.
MARRIAGE LA MODEMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
A few hours earlier he would have done it without hesitating; but, since he had been there, he had learned distrust, scepticism.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET

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