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Jos Hermens, the agent who represents both Eliud Kipchoge and Kenenisa Bekele, told me that Kipchoge got a big boost from the original Vaporflys, while Bekele got a much more modest one.

On the housing production side, we want to make sure that some reasonable and modest improvements on how we are allowing housing production to actually take place are afforded.

Even a modest deployment in the next few months could protect millions of people and save tens of thousands.

The bank’s bad-loan write-offs, though still modest, are creeping higher.

The researchers contend that such a strategy can make a huge dent in the infection rate while causing a far more modest drop in the total number of visits to those venues.

Further, someone else’s dining room, however modest or grand, is a nice change of pace for those who are cooking most meals at home or ordering in.

Many of the Westminster tenants facing eviction live on low or middle incomes in modest apartments in the Baltimore area, according to tenants.

Existing drugs that ease symptoms have effects that are “modest and transitory,” according to the FDA memo.

Pluto is so far away, though, that this modest uncertainty translates into a position error of about 13,000 kilometers, enough to severely hamper an effort at a close flyby.

All the same, reflation bets in the run-up to the vote have been relatively modest.

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