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You can say this verbatim because it doesn’t put his chef-feelings in play.
Also working in the Capitals’ favor has been an unexpected week off — the result of three games postponed because of coronavirus issues — after less than a month of play.
There is at least some indication that Williams might also be struggling with her very next stroke following a return hit in play.
So far during Big Ten play, 17 men’s basketball games have been postponed.
He believed his front seven could stop running plays even with the safeties backed up.
The business focus on social goals is not a passing political play.
For crying out loud, they lined up offside on a field goal on the play before Tampa Bay’s second touchdown.
Brady found Gronkowski for a 17-yard touchdown on the next play.
His story unfolds in titled scenes that hopscotch from childhood recollections to 2016 when the play is set.
Any time funding for schools is in play, there will be disagreement about how it’s allocated.

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