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The only characters who have not been kaleidoscoped out in this way, she informs us, are Sarah and David, who were always too self-absorbed to care about anyone else.
In a late Thursday night statement, chief Pentagon spokesperson Jonathan Hoffman said Lithuania’s embassy informed the agency that Lithuanian Defense Minister Raimundas Karoblis had tested positive for Covid-19.
CRISPR, an acronym for “clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats,” was not, Davies informs us, the first genome-editing tool.
Race organizers sent an email late Wednesday night to registered runners, informing them of new travel restrictions.
Excited, Einstein wrote a letter to Mach informing him of his progress and the publication of his newest paper.
“Oddly, the complainant did not inform Stevens that she had already engaged Susan Orlansky, an attorney that is also involved with the Recall Dunleavy effort,” the Dunleavy statement said.
We saw people learn through Twitter, because of the way they got informed.
That discovery has informed the formal definition of purpose the company is currently finalizing.
With the right technology partners, brands and media companies were able to make well-informed decisions about everything from what their content should look like to when their assets should be served — and base those decisions on hard data.
Apollo was informed of the federal funding and changed its own loan terms to accommodate it, she said.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION