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He said parents of some of his students have emailed him, saying that they are praying for his safety and that their children fear he will contract the virus.
I prayed that this late-night scramble in a poorly ventilated hospital hallway wouldn’t become a superspreader event.
At night, she returns to the home she shares with her elderly mother-in-law, praying the coronavirus isn’t traveling inside her.
ESSENTIAL WORKERS GET LOST IN THE VACCINE SCRUM AS STATES PRIORITIZE THE ELDERLYLENA H. SUN, ISAAC STANLEY-BECKER, AKILAH JOHNSONFEBRUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
They’re also rated to last roughly 70 million clicks before they start to break down, so it should last for quite some time even if you fully subscribe to the “spray-and-pray” school of first-person shooting games.
If he and other Christians had been able to pray outside while senators voted inside, he feels certain it would have changed their votes.
We go to work, we care for our children, we move cities, we make love to our partners, we pray to God.
HOW TO FIND FREEDOM FROM GRIEFJASMINE GRANTJANUARY 7, 2021ESSENCE.COM
After praying and talking with my family and Coach Saban, I’ve decided that I will return for my senior season.
God knows we’ve been surviving and striving to be our best selves, while remaining prayed up and healthy, but in some weird way you have to admire just how dedicated 2020 has been to being the absolute worst, right up until the end.
Young investors should pray for bear markets because it allows them to buy more shares at lower prices.
Our obligation is to plan for a future petdemic, even as we pray it never comes.
THE COMING PETDEMICTRACY MORANDECEMBER 22, 2020OZY

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