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The wind-whipped blaze’s precise extent and the number of casualties, as people ran through narrow streets to escape, can only be guessed.
In a mosaic, only certain combinations of these two parameters work, forming a narrow swath of shapes that could possibly result from something falling apart.
On the upper floors, narrow corridors make it easy to bump into people on their way out of a side gallery.
To narrow it down, Tuchman and her co-authors focused on the top 500 brands as measured by dollar sales.
Whatever kind you get, an extender will narrow the space between your skin and the top of your mask.
Losses in the period after all narrowed from $533 million to $149 million.
A machine recount narrowed Bush’s margin of victory to 327 votes.
That’s clearly not very general, but we’re on the cusp of that kind of thing—your kind of multi-tool AI where one AI can do several different things that narrow AI can already do.
Democrats are likely to have the narrowest House majority in 20 years in the 117th Congress, and they will be facing the political head winds that have typically hampered the president’s party in congressional midterms.
If that narrowed the race to Ross and Fedde, the Nationals could keep Fedde, 27, in an undefined role he has handled well.

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