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The publication sent Warner’s representatives a list of follow-up questions, in response to which they issued a lengthy statement denying any wrongdoing.
Richardson, the worker there who supports the union, complains about the scant time Amazon gives employees to use bathrooms, breaks that can sometimes require lengthy walks in the massive warehouse.
On July 24, with a lengthy public statement, Duvernay-Tardif became the first NFL player to opt out of the season.
That means a player could spend just a few days out of action or have a lengthy stint away from the team.
That approach could provide relief “much sooner by avoiding the lengthy legislative process that would likely stretch into late summer or early fall” than if it was contained in a standalone bill, Farrel said.
McGuireWoods has received the bulk of the payments — in excess of $3 million — for a lengthy and complex review of USAGM’s email archives.
After it ended, a third-grader started a lengthy conversation with the mayor.
In deciding who is eligible, doctors assess whether a patient could survive traveling to the facility, undergoing surgery that can last 12 hours and then a lengthy recovery process.
When we meet him in Concrete Rose, Maverick is the son of a mother who is working-class poor and a father who is serving a lengthy prison sentence.

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