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Delaware Republicans backed Jim DeMartino, an attorney, but Witzke prevailed.
TRUMP, IN TOWN HALL, SAYS HE WOULDN’T HAVE DONE ANYTHING DIFFERENTLY ON PANDEMICCOLBY ITKOWITZ, JOSH DAWSEY, FELICIA SONMEZ, JOHN WAGNERSEPTEMBER 16, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Vince was curious whether that strategy would prevail or instead a strategy that targeted more castles would win the day.
CAN YOU REACH THE SUMMIT FIRST?ZACH WISSNER-GROSSSEPTEMBER 11, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Additionally, implement your prevailing local SEO strategy along with targeting how users are phrasing their queries.
They prevailed against Houston’s Phi Slama Jama in 1984 and were within 5 points of winning all three, if it weren’t for historic shooting from eighth-seeded Villanova in 1985 and a shot from some guy named Michael Jordan in 1982.
It’s hard to say what will prevail in the long run because the evidence points to the fact that this is working to rank sites.
While the prevailing guidance may be to simply create a Wikipedia page in order to obtain a Knowledge Panel, there is more than one approach.
The Midway Sports & Entertainment District plan includes prevailing wage for all construction trades and on-site affordable housing, both of which add significantly to overall development costs.
PUBLIC BENEFITS DEFINE MIDWAY PROPOSALFRANK WOLDEN, ARUNA DODDAPANENI AND COLIN PARENTJULY 21, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Deep rooted dissatisfaction with prevailing social injustice and actions against such inequity isn’t new.
In the case of civilian review board in the Newark, the board largely prevailed in the aftermath of the police union lawsuit.
I certainly hope we will prevail, and that the partisan minority of state attorneys general who are pursuing this misguided litigation will lose.
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? (EP. 406)STEPHEN J. DUBNERFEBRUARY 20, 2020FREAKONOMICS

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