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He is a possible solution to the Nationals’ need for middle-of-the-order offense — and not just another pawn in Pittsburgh’s low-cost rebuild.
Many pawn businesses are multigenerational not only in ownership but in customers.
Perry Lewin has been in the pawn industry for 28 years, but he’s never quite seen a year like this one.
Continuing to prop him up in the media as a political pawn leaves them unable to do so.
Some scientists fear that the vaccine could become a pawn in American election politics and have cautioned against distributing an untested injection.
She never dreamed that she herself was a pawn in the game that was intended to bring Nana Sahib to Delhi.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
Rat this pawn of the Eye may have been, but even a cornered rat will fight with the courage of a lion.
Afterwards she married one of the most noted scamps in Paris, who wanted a pretty wife as a pawn in some game of his.
To be checkmated by an 'errant' pawn in the very middle of the board is a most ignominious way of losing the game.
In default of the usual bazaars OLeary had returned with the spoils of half a dozen pawn-shops.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON

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