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For a special occasion, or in the company of wine lovers, this is an exquisite pick.
YOU SHOULD BE DRINKING GROWER CHAMPAGNEJORDAN MICHELMANFEBRUARY 11, 2021EATER
So, for now, set your sights on a special occasion and plan it out together with your partner.
Staff also testified that they saw women leave Salsman’s office “in tears or distress” on multiple occasions.
Whether the occasion calls for dinner and drinks after indulging in Sundance’s best films or lunch before hitting the slopes, Park City’s restaurants do it all.
This pair from Outdoor Voices is made from an incredibly soft polyester-spandex blend that keeps me comfortable while I’m lounging around at home, and the fitted silhouette helps me feel put together on the rare occasions I actually leave the house.
On the rare occasion in which elected officials have raised questions, they’ve been offered private briefings.
Each new partnership was an occasion for an announcement and burst of press coverage and awareness-raising.
She hated it and reminds me of that fact every gift-giving occasion.
MISS MANNERS: STOP TRYING TO PLEASE ABUSIVE PARENTJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINJANUARY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
On nearly every occasion in the simulation when a planet remained habitable for 3 billion years, it was partly down to luck.
I’ve had it happen on a couple occasions in America, but not to that level of severity that quickly.

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