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The roof, doors, and windows will be sourced locally, and the whole process can be completed in less than a week, another major advantage over traditional building methods.
She met her first husband and writing partner Gerry Goffin, a chemistry major while they were students at Queens College.
CHth1zkHj8WOne of the ways that Toyota is able to create vehicles with such strong reputations for reliability is by reusing major components across multiple vehicles.
The newspapers reported that Thomas “Shaky Tom” Anderson and Jimmy “Kid Riviera” Williams were major players in the policy racket.
Another former Democratic lawmaker who now leads a major Texas city similarly tried and failed to pass legislation that would bring greater accountability to the state.
A major redesign a few years ago gave the Edge the snazzy exterior styling of an upscale Lexus RX.
Newspaper articles in the digital archive of the Influenza Encyclopedia, produced by the Center for the History of Medicine at the University of Michigan, provide a glimpse at the range of Halloween safety protocols in major cities nationwide.
In the last two decades, museums worldwide have carried out similar initiatives to document the aftermath of major events from natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina to social movements such as the climate strikes.
Back in the 1970s, Robertson became the face of a major antitrust lawsuit against the league.
Even though no major outbreak had yet begun, the government decided to put its weight behind the effort.

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