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Like its neighboring systems, Fairfax has repeatedly delayed the return to school.
My companions’ eyes widen at the sight of plates of fries and bread going to neighboring tables.
For counties with too few daily respondents—less than 100—the Delphi researchers grouped the data from neighboring counties.
That vibration heats neighboring molecules, resulting in speedy cooking … sort of.
Arrest and offense rates were also consistent with trends in two neighboring states, Colorado and Texas.
Massachusetts Hockey President Bob Joyce said families who didn’t like those new rules took their children to play in neighboring states with fewer restrictions.
As some ambulance services go out of business, others from neighboring counties will have to cover those areas, industry leaders said.
McBath held the district again in 2020, while Democrats also picked up the neighboring Seventh Congressional District.
Each core is connected to its own dedicated memory and its four neighboring cores.
Haya says some earlier research suggests that more than 80% of such reductions can simply shift to harvesting on timberlands in neighboring regions or even other nations.

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