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The issues persisted for more than two years and affected more than 418,000 advertisers, the company said.
It will ask players, coaches and team personnel to be extraordinarily disciplined, and they will do their best, and the cases will persist.
She said she didn’t file restraining orders against the men since warnings from the police have worked so far, but that she’d consider going that route if the threats persisted.
However, the DNA of organisms persists in the cold, dark deeps for more than a day, meaning a seawater sample can say a lot more about who has recently been in that section of the ocean.
In other words, they showed that disorder can persist within larger graphs than previously known.
In fact, most of South America’s extraordinary creatures never managed to move north and persist into the modern era.
The change in practices must persist for 20 and 10 years, respectively.
This has given some hope that these high turnout numbers will persist through Election Day.
Of course, that’s assuming that mass enthusiasm for virtual racing will persist once it’s no longer the only option.
But, we need follow-up studies to understand if they are persisting routinely beyond infection recovery.

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