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When Bridget Rose Dugdale was arrested at a remote cottage on the coast of West Cork in Ireland in the spring of 1974, it was the culmination of her career as an IRA-adjacent, self-propelled political activist, terrorist and art-heist mastermind.
The spike propelled the region’s number of confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic to more than 400,000 infections.
AS HOLIDAYS APPROACH, WAIT TIMES RISE FOR CORONAVIRUS TESTS AMID RECORD SPIKE IN CASESMEAGAN FLYNN, MICHAEL BRICE-SADDLER, JULIE ZAUZMER, RACHEL CHASONNOVEMBER 18, 2020WASHINGTON POST
When done properly, subscription-based businesses create a flywheel effect that can propel growth.
Now, as the transportation industry increasingly moves toward electric vehicles, Formula E could be the test lab that propels the sector forward.
With so many people infected, and smaller gatherings propelling the pandemic, it’s easy to see how Thanksgiving could turn into a nationwide superspreading event that just makes things worse.
While nearly every state in the country is seeing cases increase to some extent, the areas propelling the rise are the Midwest and the Mountain West.
By optimizing for the featured snippet, you can propel your site to the top of the search results by only making very small adjustments to your page’s content.
The first launch, in May, was a test flight that propelled two NASA astronauts, Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, for a two-month stay on the space station.
And, in all fairness, a great deal of good science has been propelled forward by the hunger of some researchers for a more completely reductive explanation of the phenomenon that interests them.
Investment banking revenues, propelled by the surge in new IPOs, were also extremely strong.

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