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In a joint statement, the district and San Diego Education Association wrote that they would continue to follow science and take precautions.
Last summer the UK and Australian data protection watchdogs announced a joint investigation into Clearview’s personal data handling practices.
Leaders in the District, Maryland and Virginia made a joint request to the federal government this week, asking that it take responsibility for vaccinating tens of thousands of essential federal workers who live in the Washington region.
Most recently, he separated the AC joint in his left shoulder on a dive for the pylon for a rushing touchdown in the first-round playoff game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The joint card will serve as the way that couples can spend from the same account.
Winter Wonderland, care of Shaw’s sausage joint HalfSmoke, is so cool, it’s hot.
In a joint letter to employees, American Airlines chief executive Doug Parker and President Robert Isom wrote that air travel demand has failed to rebound.
The shortest path to a better job title seemed to be clocking a year at a top-tier restaurant — someplace with name recognition, like the Michelin-starred joint I went to next.
Agreeing that their unlikely alliance would be powerful, they began to discuss a joint statement pledging their organizations’ shared commitment to a fair and peaceful election.
Many fish have jointed skulls that expand when the animal opens its mouth, drawing in water and food.

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