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“Rowing is good for the stomach also,” Dubey says with a nod and a pat of his belly.
WHEN A BODY MEETS A BOATMAN ON THE GANGESEUGENE ROBINSONFEBRUARY 23, 2021OZY
With a nod to the Maverick, the university mascot, students were grouped into small pods called “mavilies.”
Beal was named an all-star starter for the first time in his career Thursday, becoming the first Wizards player to earn a starting nod since John Wall in 2015.
The name is a nod to Laughlin’s uniform number during his playing days with the Capitals from 1982 to 1988.
The other big thing is that there are all of these nods to things that feel like pandemic life — reaching out for someone’s touch, and “sin city is cold and empty.”
The single-shot vaccine would become the third on the market if it gets a regulatory nod.
The series also picked up a nod for out actress Cynthia Nixon in the Supporting Actress category.
He spent the past four seasons with the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League, earning all-star nods in the past two years, before he finally made the Capitals’ roster this season.
Fellow sophomore center Timothy Ighoefe got the nod in his place.
If Mephisto doesn’t actually show in WandaVision, it’s likely at least that this line is dropped as a nod to Marvel diehards.

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