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One important figure who has yet to weigh in on the deal is President Trump, whose outbursts gave rise to the drama over TikTok in the first place.
His 45-point elimination-avoiding outburst against the Boston Celtics in 2012 found him squarely in the Kobe-Jordan tradition, canning turnaround fadeaways and blowing past one-on-one defenders.
This is not the first such outburst from Sims, but while he might claim that other outbursts were directed at those who do not support our rights, this time it was aimed at an ally, someone who has consistently been in our corner.
The successful predictions suggest that researchers may have identified the physical process that underlies some of the largest outbursts.
Predictions of outbursts from the sun are typically based on the amount of activity observed on the sun’s roiling surface, without accounting for the specific processes behind the blasts.
Then—(with difficulty restraining another outburst of mirth)—how about "27 for oysters and Chablis" after the visit?
Thereupon the unhappy woman acted; the long suppressed outburst came at last.
DOPESAX ROHMER
Even her violent outburst of temper had not stilled the insistent voice which in reiteration never wearied.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
As Mr. Mason finished the services and sat down, he was startled with an outburst of "Shall we meet beyond the river."
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
In a sudden outburst of jealous hate, Helene pushed the little Charles into the Bievre, where he was drowned.
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE

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