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Both batteries propel the car another 30 miles in the rear-wheel drive versions.
The results propelled a centuries-old debate on the nature of self and other into a new, scientifically-grounded era.
A collision shop specializing in Teslas overflows with gleaming battery-propelled metal bodies that spill out across the broken sidewalk.
He managed to bust a few myths about his “alternative” positions on several subjects, and at times managed to sound far more nuanced than his meme-propelled, trolling Twitter feed.
Leachman attended Northwestern University on a drama scholarship, did modeling and won the Miss Chicago beauty contest, which propelled her to the 1946 Miss America pageant in Atlantic City.
That small lineup with Hart playing point guard propelled the Terps to an early lead and could continue to be a solution moving forward.
Snorkel fins will help propel you through the water at a steady speed, supporting your legs and eliminating fatigue so you can explore for hours.
It was propelled by a separate city law and requires any officer found to have used a chokehold be terminated.
STILL CAN’T BREATHEBY TOPHER SANDERS, PROPUBLICA, AND YOAV GONEN, THE CITY, VIDEO BY LUCAS WALDRON, PROPUBLICAJANUARY 21, 2021PROPUBLICA
This sector is hugely important to Ethiopia, which aimed to propel its agricultural economy toward a more prosperous future built on providing clothing to consumers in the West.
That same focus on privacy has also helped propel DuckDuckGo past 100 million searches in a single day.

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