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After all, Supernatural spent most of its 15-year run delivering regressively conservative themes, despite having a large, relatively progressive female fanbase.
To see the progressive work she has been able to accomplish over the past six years and then to know that she sees the same potential in me was just the push I needed to step into that role.
A progressive and diverse culture has earned Fort Lauderdale one of the top 100 places to live in America.
Using the new D&I data, we will launch next year a list ranking the most progressive companies in racial inclusion.
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Now, she was steering the city’s ascendant progressive majority, perfectly positioned to shape an environmentally friendly, transit-focused vision for the region.
Lewis, Keatts and Libby previewed what sorts of discussions could arise from more progressive and vocal leadership at the county — like the recent clash between Sheriff Bill Gore and Fletcher over the Sheriff’s Department budget.
In the cautious world of country music, a genre that often advises its acts to stay quiet on controversial topics, this passed for an unusually progressive act.
A McConnell-led Senate will block our legislative priorities and progressive appointments.
The race is in some ways breaking down as a moderate bid from Campbell, with the support of institutional players against Montgomery Steppe, a more progressive figure with the support of outside activist groups.
There are no treatments to slow or cure Alzheimer’s, a progressive, neurodegenerative disorder that destroys patients’ memories, distorts their personalities and damages their ability to perform everyday tasks.

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