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Center Nicklas Backstrom said the Capitals have grown passive when playing with a lead when aggressiveness is necessary.
“Federal funding — together with the region’s commitment — will support the major maintenance and capital rehabilitation activities that are necessary to restore and improve the aging transit system,” the letter said.
The audit also found that the agency does not keep track of who owes money or how much they owe, and it isn’t taking necessary steps to collect it.
While 84 percent of registered Republicans supported the recall, increased support among Democrats and independents will be necessary for Newsom to lose.
They’ve noted, too, that they would pursue a vote to bar him from federal office if he was convicted by the necessary 67 members of the Senate.
The level of ambition necessary varies greatly between countries, Raftery said, noting that the United States would need to increase its existing goal by 38 percent to do its part toward achieving the 2C goal.
Buttigieg said it is frustrating to be “confined to quarters,” especially because he has to be separated from his husband, Chasten, but said he remains thankful he’s among the Americans who can do their jobs from home if necessary.
In this case, publishers would miss out on media dollars if the necessary preparations haven’t been made.
Secretary Shultz specifically requested to be informed only as necessary to perform his job.
Maybe it’s a necessary one, now that everything within reach feels so unrelentingly familiar.

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION