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The new model, however, has 60 percent more air capacity than its predecessor, which allows for greater adjustments between soft and firm.
He years ago pushed for an infrastructure tax hike that ultimately never happened and has supported tax hikes more than his predecessor.
She was hired behind closed doors, before the public even knew that her predecessor was leaving.
Two factions, the Greens and Blues—the predecessors of today’s soccer hooligans—broke into a fight.
Lewis and Libby dove deep into Marten’s tenure, including how she got the job — and how her predecessor may be set up to take a similarly unconventional path to lead the district.
That makes Democrat Charles Schumer the new Senate Majority Leader, unseating his predecessor Mitch McConnell.
A quick Twitter search for “Ohio State quarterbacks” returns plenty of snark about Fields’s prospects in the NFL — especially given that his predecessor, Dwayne Haskins, was released from the Washington Football Team just days before.
Terwilliger also would not comment on Barr’s criticism of federal prosecutors and his intervention in cases involving friends of the president, saying only that “it was an honor to serve” under both him and his predecessor, Jeff Sessions.
His predecessor Ryan Zinke brought friends and family members on park trips across the country, touring everywhere from the basement of the Lincoln Memorial to California’s Channel Islands National Park.
Like their predecessors, a number of them rely on impressive-sounding technology to do the cooking.

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