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Goodell and Sills said at the outset that they hoped to use the season to “contribute knowledge and insights that will aid the country’s pandemic response.”
Ensuring your mask isn’t too big from the outset will help you avoid having to constantly pull your mask back up over your nose and prevent gaps from forming at the sides and bottom.
At the outset of the pandemic, hospitals faced a crippling lack of supplies.
At the outset, this is a 137% increase over the revised healthcare estimates of budget 2020-21.
At the outset — in 2010 — almost every state signed up for one of the two testing consortia.
He disputed this claim, which was ultimately dismissed, arguing that he had been handcuffed from the outset of the encounter.
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These days the company’s top-shelf “original silhouette” boot retails for £239—a whopping 120 times the cost of the company’s flagship model at the outset.
At the outset, the Small Business Administration imposed a rule excluding all lenders from the Paycheck Protection Program.
While Bitcoin’s latest price tumble is dramatic in percentage terms, it is well shy of the wipeout that occurred last spring at the outset of the pandemic.
People across East Asia were quick to don face masks at the outset of the coronavirus outbreak, and their governments encouraged them to do so.

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