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The Los Angeles and New York-based venture firm M13 has managed to nab former Techstars LA managing director, Anna Barber, as its newest partner and the head of its internal venture studio, Launchpad.
Instead, she nabbed a room for less than $200 a night at a hotel at National Harbor in Prince George’s County, about 13 miles from downtown.
EVs are so hot right now that startups don’t need to be particularly promising or novel to nab funding.
Buy nowThe Texas State Fair Chili by Packit Gourmet is clearly the best in show, nabbing the number one spot for both taste and nutrition.
I won’t reveal the whole list here, but I will—spoiler alert—tell you who nabbed the top spot.
I see your game, my lad; either I am to fall into bad company again, or to be split upon and nabbed for that last job.
"He'll not get out without being nabbed," declared Sam Bronson.
He's nabbed three of the Birdsall gang and is away now after Burleigh.
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Meantime, however, the latter had taken his departure, to be nabbed a few minutes later.
"That's the list of the things I've done, and never been nabbed yet," said one, as he finished a story of crime.

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