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The WD-40 website promotes dozens of uses for their product, as well as a list of 2,000 uses submitted by actual users.
20 INGENIOUS USES FOR WD-40BY BILL HEAVEY/FIELD & STREAMFEBRUARY 11, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
Chief of Staff Ron Klain, communications director Kate Bedingfield and transition spokesman Andrew Bates all promoted it on Twitter.
Many parents — including Schoppe-Sullivan — consult Common Sense Media, an advocacy group that promotes safe media use.
Over the holidays, the wine brand partnered with Budweiser in an effort to promote products in both the beer and wine section of the e-commerce platform.
When I go to negotiate my salary — suppose I just got promoted.
The best heated vests will fit well, promote overall wellbeing by harnessing heat to improve circulation, and relieve back and shoulder tension with their comforting warmth.
We would control the height of the grass so it wouldn’t promote bug growth and in turn, hopefully, turn away large numbers of gulls.
FOUR WILD ANIMALS THAT ARE THRIVING IN CITIESBY RYAN CHELIUS/OUTDOOR LIFEFEBRUARY 9, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
Patel, who previously served as Chief of Staff & Vice President in the Office of the CEO, has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer.
Dolly Parton flipped the script on “9 to 5” to promote side hustles for Square Space.
A 30-second video promoting the “staycation” on Tall Oaks’s Facebook page said Tall Oaks residents were among the first in the county to receive vaccinations.

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