Thesaurus / nearing


While the supplier agreement is nowhere near the scale of Mobileye’s core computer vision business, it is an important collaboration that extends beyond a few pilot programs.
So, say you live in New York and were near someone from New Jersey who gets a positive diagnosis.
The near-miss is a microcosm of his career since going undrafted — headed where he wants to go but not there yet.
Milwaukee will send Eric Bledsoe, George Hill, three first-round picks and two pick swaps to New Orleans in the deal, which will help keep Antetokounmpo and company near the top of the East’s projected standings.
Highs near and above 50 are still below normal for the date, but we’re moving on up in the temperature department.
The densely populated neighborhoods, which are between the service areas for the Mount Pleasant, Shaw and West End libraries, are among only a few parts of the city where the nearest library is more than three-quarters of a mile away.
Officials said they received a call about people in two cars — a Toyota Corolla and a Nissan Maxima — who were exchanging gunfire as they were headed north on the highway near South Glebe Road.
Instead, he slipped to Sacramento near the end of the lottery.
The city and Washington Teachers’ Union near an agreement on how schools should reopen.
“This was our first time being near our youngest grandson and playing with him since March,” says the text.


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