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In another newly released bit of footage, Schumer can be seen being ushered along a basement hallway, disappearing — and then hastily changing direction with his security team after they encountered rioters blocking their planned route.
These were surveys of the newly surreal suburbs that were a phenomenon of the post-War years.
As you can see with the above Las Vegas sign image, the left side is the newly reduced file size at 27% smaller than the original on the right.
The Press and ProPublica found that newly hired officers could get around Christie’s $15,000 cap on the payments.
HOW THE POLICE BANK MILLIONS THROUGH THEIR UNION CONTRACTSBY ANDREW FORD, ASBURY PARK PRESS, AND AGNES CHANG, JEFF KAO AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICAFEBRUARY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
Another team studied a recently identified system called TOI-178, which has at least six planets — three already known and three newly found — circling a bright, hot star roughly 200 light-years away.
Measuring just under 30 millimeters from snout to tail, the newly described species, Brookesia nana, may be the smallest reptile on Earth, researchers report January 28 in Scientific Reports.
This bill marks the first proposal offered in the newly seated Congress.
When she was 22 years old, newly graduated from the University of Chicago, she wasn’t sure what to do next.
After a decade-plus effort, he claimed detection in 1969, identifying an apparent signal perhaps from a supernova or from a newly discovered type of rapidly spinning star called a pulsar.
His early work at McGill University in Montreal established the basic principles of the newly discovered phenomenon of radioactivity.

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