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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The SEC is dealing with outbreaks at several programs, and 10 Football Bowl Subdivision games were either canceled or postponed this past week.
If football season had been postponed, the Big Ten’s 14 affiliates would’ve each lost some $100 million in revenue.
Lynn said he was not aware of any consideration being given to postponing Sunday’s game.
They griped in August, when the Big Ten initially announced it was postponing its football season.
The Boston Marathon announced Wednesday that it is postponing its 2021 race, the 125th in the event’s history, to at least autumn of that year.
With the coronavirus cases rising in most of the country, expect more games to be postponed or canceled.
Even asylum-seekers who were already enrolled in the Migration Protection Protocols program, which required them to wait in Mexico, are now indefinitely stuck as their court hearings get postponed due to the pandemic.
Then one month after the All-Star weekend, just before the Utah Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder were about to tip off, the game was postponed.
Globally, festivals have had to postpone or cancel plans for 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
That uncertainty was amplified this week with multiple college football games set for this Saturday being postponed.

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