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Uneven pavement played havoc with plated dishes and craft cocktails.
Trudging along empty pavement to the nursing home where she works in Northeast Washington, she struggled to shake the feeling of being alone — and exposed.
The pavement is solid underfoot, the steps at 77 Mass Ave mere feet away, yet I can’t go inside, so the whole place feels like a dream.
Depending on how the surface is sealed, the cleaner could break down the oil in the pavement.
As you would expect, it was far superior than the van once we left the pavement.
When they return to pavement, those tires need inflation to adequate pressures.
I’ve dropped my 11 Pro way too many times and never had a problem, so I suspect the 12 will do even better if it falls out of your pack while mountain biking or if it hits the pavement during a run.
It seems to me that a bullet hit the pavement and changed course … unfortunately hitting Juliana.
The researchers measured the emissions and types of chemicals gassing off from the pavement chunks.
Trail running is when, instead of running on roads and pavement, you’re running on dirt trails or mountain trails.

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