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Since 2017, Moscow has managed a permanent military base in Tartus and an air base in Khmeimim — both on Syria’s Mediterranean coast.
Some are in rental units without subsidies and the largest group, 43 percent, are in permanent housing.
As Amazon’s first “permanent online-only” Whole Foods in Brooklyn underscores, they may wind up in what seem like the unlikeliest of places, too.
If Nintendo does that clock feature right, I can see these things earning a permanent spot on a lot of people’s desks.
Turns out the head injury had left some permanent aftereffects.
THE ACCIDENTAL ATTEMPTED MURDEREUGENE ROBINSONSEPTEMBER 2, 2020OZY
The exact headcount, and how many of those moves were temporary or permanent, is hard to nail down.
While many contract workers were let go, most permanent employees have been furloughed since March.
The day will come when the viral danger has passed, and though there will undoubtedly be some permanent changes to the way we live, it’s reasonably certain that we will, at last, return to some version of our “normal” world.
However, as the online advertising industry races to find an identifier to replace the third-party cookie, redirect tracking could serve as an interim substitute, if not a permanent successor.
WTF IS REDIRECT TRACKING?TIM PETERSONAUGUST 10, 2020DIGIDAY
A separate document that allows permanent residency in the United States is what often is referred to as a green card.

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