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Not only are the run-ins taking longer to play out, but they’re also materializing earlier.
Certainly, history tells us that plenty of storylines will materialize — or be lost forever — depending on which section of 60 games happens to be the 60 that get played this year.
BAD TEAMS MAY BE POSING AS GOOD TEAMS IN A 60-GAME BASEBALL SEASONNEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)AUGUST 7, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Others have suggested that magnetism materialized microseconds later, when protons formed.
The theory doesn’t address, for example, how “live” organisms and “evil” organisms managed to materialize from a primordial smoothie containing both right- and left-handed building blocks.
The hang-up partly explains why universal testing plans in skilled nursing facilities were slow to materialize.
And as fast as they could carry a galley of type from the dump, another galley would just materialize there.
NINE MEN IN TIMENOEL MILLER LOOMIS
It now looked as if the drink of milk might materialize, but alas for human expectations!
What glorious rows of head-lines they must have seen as a last vision beautiful, never destined to materialize in printer's ink!
THE POISON BELTARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Some of these foreign elements, like the -ize of materialize or the -able of breakable, are even productive to-day.
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Yet the hotel did not materialize, and the "view" neither fed nor warmed nor clothed the patient proprietors of the desolate spot.

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