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That holds true in other coastal neighborhoods like Point Loma and Ocean Beach, the latter of which opposed the measure.
A spate of positive tests for a college basketball team is far more impactful given its maximum roster size of 15 as opposed to 85 scholarship players in major college football.
In order to be exposed to disinformation, people would have to go looking for it as opposed to having it pushed into their news feed.
Randy Barnett, a libertarian and self-described contrarian, talked about the constitutionality of health policy, recent Supreme Court nominees and the importance of seeking out opposing viewpoints.
With exacting detail Michaelis documents her astonishing growth from anti-suffragist opposed to the 19th Amendment to high-profile women’s rights oracle.
Many House Democrats opposed that language because they objected to the amendment, saying it wouldn’t go far enough to protect against racial gerrymandering.
Nor did the agency state if a criminal complaint—as opposed to the civil one unveiled today—will be forthcoming.
I know how deep and hard the opposing views are in our country on so many things.
Funky flashes might come from funky magnetars, like those born from neutron star mergers as opposed to collapsing stars.
He opposes, for example, the North River Farms project, or Measure L, a 585-home, agriculture-themed, mixed-use development proposed for the rural neighborhood of Morro Hills.

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