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Owner Oy Changsila said the restaurant struggled mightily in 2015, its first year on Minnesota Avenue, losing nearly $70,000 with lots of employee turnover.
American presidents from George Washington to John Quincy Adams all struggled mightily to exploit the rivalries among the great powers.
Quarterback Carson Wentz, who struggled mightily before being benched for Jalen Hurts, also appeared to have problems with Pederson, and it’s unclear what role that played in the decision.
San Francisco had been struggling mightily since regular starter Jimmy Garoppolo was lost in Week 8, but the Niners pulled out a surprising road win against the Rams on Sunday to salvage some chance at the playoffs.
CARSON WENTZ IS IN FREEFALL, AND THE EAGLES ARE GOING DOWN WITH HIMNEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)DECEMBER 3, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
This year, the Martin Agency is also closing its doors for the final two weeks of the year, to recognize how much the company got done, adding new clients and turning a profit in a year when most agencies struggled mightily.
The six Super Bowl victories with Tom Brady at quarterback are but a memory, with Brady in Tampa and the Patriots struggling mightily with Cam Newton leading the offense.
After all, it contributed mightily to the Gators’ lone loss.
I am trying, mightily, to imagine the virtual water cooler-talk at Coinbase today.
I think that people who mightily succeed in business are “corporate athletes.”
Mrs. Veal had been, subject to fits, and she asks if Mrs. Bargrave does not think she is "mightily impaired by her fits?"

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