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The young woman receiving Clarkson’s texts is a state employee whose job requires her to occasionally interact with the attorney general.
They have occasionally shown a willingness to swing the ball side-to-side and get Embiid good position on duck-ins, but that willingness tends not to last, and before long they are back straining to make entry passes on stagnant post-ups.
Though their defensive experiments might occasionally end in losses, they exemplify what has made this year’s squad a serious threat to get back to the NBA Finals even after losing arguably the best player in the league in Kawhi Leonard.
Small, sharpened stones were also found among grass and ash remains, suggesting that people occasionally sat on cave bedding while making stone tools.
When Sims and Humphries analyzed Berni’s results in 2015, they found that normal larvae placed on an expanse of agar containing no food occasionally moved in a way that approximated a Lévy walk.
Lab meetings are opportunities for scientists to come together and share their latest data and then brainstorm next steps for the project, and occasionally we also discuss a recent, sometimes controversial, journal article.
We’re all living in our own little world — occasionally colliding over a cataclysm, a piece of truly bad news like this global pandemic.
Lab meetings are opportunities for scientists to come together and share their latest data and then brainstorm next steps for the project, and occasionally we also discuss a recent sometimes controversial journal article.
He conducts this ceremony with the greatest solemnity, occasionally pronouncing these incantatory words, "Plate or shell, sah?"
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Occasionally this artist has painted genre subjects, but her real success has not been in this direction.

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