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One morning just before sunup, I compared notes with one of our neighbors.
Cline allegedly passed tellers notes that implied that Cline had a weapon.
That’s when he took note of all the trash, which “really started bothering me,” said Adams, who grew up in Bethesda.
On the Republican side, senators showed little emotion — but all paid close attention, most turning their heads away only occasionally to take notes.
Tech entrepreneurs have been taking note of the efficiency and popularity of the two-wheelers.
Most successful efforts went the usual route — being funny, some thanks to celebrities and other clever concepts — while the lesser ads accidentally played the wrong notes.
Your life’s book might be a series of quick notes, long essays, one-liners or, as in “Eleanor” by David Michaelis, you could build an epic story.
On a brighter note, she did say she had several Tagalog-speaking medical students who were volunteering to work at the vaccine superstations in South Bay to help encourage more Filipinos in the community to get vaccinated.
On a positive note, there’s a lot of green on the screens as a risk-on mood overtakes the markets this morning.
Elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region, government regulators have sounded a note of caution about existing vaccines.

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