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I tend to prolong my meals until they take on the mood of a snack, and to draw out my snacks, too.
After all, the tantalizing appeal of SAT solving is that if you can just figure out how to check one more case, call one more babysitter, prolong the search just a little longer, you might find what you’re looking for.
The smartphone market also dropped 20% year-over-year during the first quarter, underscoring the coronavirus pandemic’s prolonged financial hit.
If they aren’t able to speak up when they spot a problem, we risk prolonging this crisis, deepening the economic pain, and ultimately losing more lives.
THE MASK DEBATE RAGES ONDAVID MEYERAUGUST 19, 2020FORTUNE
The record was as meticulous as it was prolonged, with researchers relying on a microscope to log shifts of mercury as fine as one-hundredth of an inch.
As the prolonged upfronts negotiations continue, “in news and sport, we’re seeing healthy budgets there,” said Murdoch.
Amazon is planning to host its Prime Day shopping event in the fourth quarter this year, rather than the third, so as not to affect service to its customers who are relying on its service throughout the prolonged coronavirus crisis.
Publishers and individual video creators have prolonged their YouTube videos’ lengths over the past few years, in part, to prop up their revenue.
Sea ice can increase as a result, reflecting more sunlight back to space and thereby amplifying and prolonging the global cooling.
A second factor may also reflect dysfunctions in the body’s innate, or immediate, and adaptive, or prolonged, immune responses.

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