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Albright co-founded Tenderfoot TV —named before its pivot to audio — with filmmaker Payne Lindsey in 2016.
Election officials here believe other states can do similar pivots so they can offer voting by mail — noting that all states already have absentee voting in some form.
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“We operated from a place of holding students harmless for the abrupt pivot, which led us to credit-no credit grading, which in turn created voluntary learning experiences, leading us to focus on engagement and outreach in the fall,” Lawrence said.
In my work, along with many others, we find that race, gender, immigrant status, group identity in general is not something on the periphery, but is a pillar, is a pivot to how we understand political economy.
Pulling the horse on his haunches, and swinging him round at the same moment as if on a pivot, he made a bound to the left.
HUNTING THE LIONSR.M. BALLANTYNE
A circular revolving platform rests on the pivot and rollers.
The bridge is carried on a circular base plate with a central pivot and a circular track for a live ring and conical rollers.
To this cylinder the door was mortised, their combined weight coming upon the lower pivot.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
Hooker had swung the army up to Fairfax and Centreville, moving on an inner circle, with Washington for a pivot.
THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.

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