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Pfizer was originally supposed to get a peek at the efficacy after 32 volunteers had contracted the disease.
PFIZER’S VACCINE ANNOUNCEMENT WAS ALWAYS GOING TO BE POLITICALMAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)NOVEMBER 10, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Its trial initially had a more aggressive design than other late-stage studies in the United States, allowing earlier and more frequent peeks at the data.
Su sneaks a peek at her phone and hears a snippet of voice mail from her mother about giant rats in New York City.
A peek behind the Land Cruiser’s front wheel offers a hint at how special its suspension system is.
Biochemists Jonard Corpuz Valdoz and Pam Van Ry teamed up with microbiologist Richard Robison to take a peek at how a mouse responds to the infection, in the hopes of shedding light on how the virus spreads in animals, including humans.
Throughout the book, you’ll also discover many consoles you never knew existed, and even find a rare peek at the hardware inside several of history’s most iconic video game systems.
BEAUTIFUL COFFEE TABLE BOOKS FOR NERDSPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMSEPTEMBER 30, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The whole concept of entities, for example, gives us a peek behind Google’s curtain at what it wants to see.
I've been peering 27 at Wells, and peeking at Bennett, and holding my breath over the Barrie plays.
MAVIS OF GREEN HILLFAITH BALDWIN
He would not have been surprised to see a brontosaurus peeking coyly down at him from twenty feet or so of neck.
RALESTONE LUCKANDRE NORTON
Pretty soon we heard voices and the barking of a dog, and peeking out we saw an old farmer ploughing just at the edge of the bush.

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