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According to this Entrepreneur story, Vaynerchuk has been mulling the idea for four years.
Canada has announced it will introduce a similar tax in 2022, while India is mulling this approach too.
When he was mulling retirement in December of 2019, he told reporters that it was “either play some more here or play some more golf.”
Charles “Bill” Carrico, a retired state trooper and former state senator from Grayson County, in the state’s far southwest, had been mulling a bid but said Wednesday he would not run, and he endorsed Cox.
Faulconer, who is mulling a run for governor, is fleshing out a possible 2022 state ballot measure to allow communities across the state to replicate what he believes has worked in San Diego.
She mulled these things over for several days, during which Dick came to see her twice, and twice proposed, and was twice put off.
It is that pale creature who came yesterday afternoon with my mulled wine, a girl with big dark eyes.
THE COURT JESTERCORNELIA BAKER
Mr. Free, sir, No. 13—large bed-room—blue damask—supper for two—oysters—a devil—brandy-and-water-mulled port.
They were sitting round the fire by this time—smoking and drinking mulled Burgundy, and the conversation had become general.
MOUNT ROYAL, VOLUME 3 OF 3MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
The same as for mulled port, with the addition of a wine-glass of brandy.
CUPS AND THEIR CUSTOMSGEORGE EDWIN ROBERTS

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