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Some of his allies are already arguing the whole thing is moot because he’s already out of office.
The combination of coronavirus complications, the administration’s now-moot effort to help states exclude noncitizens from their maps and general incompetence have delayed the expected release of data.
Rodgers sees plays evolve in real time, but it would be rendered moot without a receiver of Adams’s intelligence who recognizes it along with him.
Independent restaurant owners across America have been asked to take on unimaginable financial and health risks to keep their businesses open, and now, eight months into the pandemic, another shutdown could render those months of struggle moot.
With Mach’s approval moot, the awe he’d felt as a boy returned to him.
We find no revival of the idea mooted in 1840 of granting medical relief on loan.
He and the trader had taken greatly to each other, and once when he had mooted the idea of leaving the other would not hear of it.
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A remonstrance from London and Westminster mooted a far larger question.
The question of parliamentary reform which had been mooted during the American war had been coming steadily to the front.
And thus, I think, I have contributed to clear up one mooted point in American history.

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