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The launch came from the third planet out from a G-type star, 25,000 light-years from the center of a galaxy called the Milky Way, itself located on the outskirts of the Virgo Cluster of galaxies.
Someone made a group text about it on GroupMe, and the GroupMe groups multiplied to connect people seeking giant expensive Airbnbs in the outskirts of Boston, renting retreat cabins in Utah, and taking rooms on Memorial Drive.
Nguyen says it’s as if Jupiter traveled beyond the Kuiper Belt—a region of mainly icy, dusty debris, around the outskirts of our solar system.
After our tour of the Downtown Project, we head to the outskirts of the area.
Maradona’s rise from extreme poverty on the outskirts of Buenos Aires to a World Cup championship in 1986 made him a hero to Argentines and soccer fans everywhere.
He is the manager for Gimnasia y Esgrima, a club based in the Argentinean city of La Plata, approximately 25 miles southeast from the outskirts of Buenos Aires.
For instance, Vivek Sardana, a Mumbai-based strategy consultant, had been dreaming about hosting his friends for a Diwali party at his new flat in Thane, on the outskirts of the city.
Globular clusters are crowded, spherical collections of stars that orbit a galaxy’s center, though most, including RBC EXT8, live in the galactic outskirts.
This 2005 bestseller is the story of a foster kid growing up on the outskirts of Munich in the late 1930s who turns to stealing books as a way of dealing with losing her parents and the whole world being gradually and horribly turned upside down.
In March when coronavirus started spreading in India, Abhishek Sayam was forced to close his two Books By Kilo stores on the outskirts of Mumbai.

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