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It’s hard to even imagine school without a classic Mead Composition Book.
NOTABLE NOTEBOOKS FOR WRITING AND DRAWINGPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMSEPTEMBER 17, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Just imagine if the more than 200,000 people who voted in Jefferson County, Kentucky, during the primary had actually shown up at the county’s only polling location.
“It’s actually not possible to imagine an AP class being shut down abruptly at Scripps Ranch High or many others,” Lewis writes.
It’s actually not possible to imagine an AP class being shut down abruptly at Scripps Ranch High or many others.
Now imagine that you want to insert a new edge connecting two nodes in a planar graph, say nodes 1 and 6 in the example below.
In this time of pandemic, if you imagine a more educated society, it would allow us to more easily tackle more this crisis.
We asked urban planning experts to help us imagine a newly developed downtown.
CAN CITIES SURVIVE WITHOUT OFFICE WORKERS?LILA MACLELLANSEPTEMBER 14, 2020QUARTZ
As you can imagine, this must have been annoying to those affected.
They don’t seem to care much about Hargrove and Jones, who are having what we can only imagine is one of the worst weeks of their careers.
POLITICS REPORT: FORGED FOOTNOTE 15SCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSSEPTEMBER 12, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
It’s hard to imagine, say, a hospital running without specific protocols in place.

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