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Closures of the Mall would not alter plans for the inauguration ceremony, which had already been pared back because of the coronavirus pandemic, said a senior official with the committee planning the event.
The company first set out to build an electric car in 2014, hiring hundreds of hardware engineers for the effort before rapidly paring it back around 2016 to focus on the self-driving car system.
By the end of this weekend, the playoff field will have been pared to eight teams.
The largest cryptocurrency reached an all-time high of $28,365 on Sunday before paring some of the advance, according to a composite of prices compiled by Bloomberg.
We quickly pared that back to the things that were working, and email was at the top of the list.
For his part, Ige has substantially pared DHHL’s annual requests, as he did with other departments, citing his duty to balance what the agencies sought with the state’s available resources.
THE GOVERNMENT PROMISED TO RETURN ANCESTRAL HAWAIIAN LAND, THEN NEVER FINISHED THE JOBBY ROB PEREZ, HONOLULU STAR-ADVERTISER, AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICADECEMBER 19, 2020PROPUBLICA
Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins said she’ll revive legislation she wrote to address sea-level rise that got cut last session as legislators pared back their bills amid the pandemic shutdowns.
The Washington Football Team had just pared the Detroit Lions’ lead to a single touchdown when adversity struck.
Ambroise Pare, standing in a corner, caught a glance which the duke cast upon him, and immediately advanced.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
No sooner was he in the open street than Ruggiero took his arm and asked by what means Ambroise Pare proposed to save the king.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC

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