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That’s because prevailing winds work against the aircraft’s favor in that direction.
David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler prevail, the GOP will maintain control.
The Cardinals got the ball back with an interception of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and prevailed, at last, on kicker Zane Gonzalez’s 48-yard field goal with only 15 seconds remaining in the 10-minute overtime.
“We both expressed growing concern about the increased number of cases in the region and across the country and came to the conclusion that caution needed to prevail to protect our visitors and staff,” Feldman said.
If Republicans prevail, America will likely be stuck in gridlock.
Query said they’re confident they will prevail over their Republican challenger, Robert Kliskey.
The measure was getting outspent 10-to-1 at the time, and the shipbuilding industry ultimately prevailed by over 15 points.
Generally serene conditions prevail over the coming days — just allow for occasional early morning clouds or fog to dissipate in some spots.
Capturing roughly 60 percent of the vote, she was poised to prevail over challenger Michael Fryar, a 52-year-old lawyer and former elementary school teacher.
Unfortunately, the prevailing scientific rebuttal laid out in the John Snow Memorandum, named for the 19th-century English doctor who helped stop a deadly London cholera outbreak, is also quite concerning.