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George makes a good case that Glenn was heroic without being perfect.
Talib’s audition was not perfect, yet there was enough for Ullman to see “something there was different.”
In a perfect Voronoi mosaic of hexagons in a flat plane, each cell would have six vertices.
Inverting historical tropes and archetypes, the story offers comedy and catharsis, and ends with a happily-ever-after so perfect it will make you return immediately to page one.
BEST ROMANCE NOVELS OF 2020SARAH WENDELLNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Joy’s words and Holmes’s art are a perfect pairing where the verse is as vivid as the paints and collage.
BEST CHILDREN’S BOOKS OF 2020 REVEAL A GROWING DIVERSITYCHRISTINA BARRON, MARY QUATTLEBAUM, ABBY MCGANNEY NOLAN, KATHIE MEIZNERNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The units digit of a perfect square can only be 0, 1, 4, 5, 6 or 9.
Because while polls aren’t perfect, they remain the preferred method to research and measure public sentiment—not only for political candidates but all sorts of public issues and policies that may hang in the balance.
At the same time, more optimistic voices said this was the perfect time to double down on our efforts to decarbonize.
This sly mode of viral spread may make the evolution of lower virulence less likely, as infected but asymptomatic people are the perfect mobile viral delivery systems.
Finding benzene in drinking water after wildfires is a perfect example, Yu says.

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