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The upcoming US presidential election seems set to be something of a mess—to put it lightly.
Cleanup also has to be simple, because when your vehicle is full, even small greasy messes can create big problems.
“I just thought it was extremely odd to, say the least – just a way to mess with the homeless and those that need the discount,” Sheetz said.
Work and life were colliding in ways that it was impossible to stay organized and looking at the mess while I was watching TV on the couch was making me more stressed out.
THE BEST THINGS I BOUGHT IN AUGUSTRACHEL SCHALLOMAUGUST 30, 2020FORTUNE
Make the easy into a festering mess of sweat and cursing and they’ll mosey along.
THE MOST SECURE WAYS TO LOCK UP YOUR BIKEBY MICHAEL FRANK/CYCLE VOLTAAUGUST 26, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
When Levien joined the Times in 2013, its digital outlook was, by the paper’s own admission, a complete mess.
The atmosphere is such a roiling mess that it defies analysis even by today’s most sophisticated meteorological algorithms.
The US’s emergency program to keep small businesses afloat during the pandemic was far from perfect, and the data produced about the half a trillion dollars in loans is a total mess.
If Wee Willie Winkie took an interest in anyone, the fortunate man was envied alike by the mess and the rank and file.
And yet they tell me he was a pleasant enough fellow in the Mess, this Brigadier, and liked good cooking.

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