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She quits cold turkey — “It took four days,” she says — after meeting her husband Kevin Hunter.
Naturally, you want to share this workload with your husband, but requesting he quit something he has done for years was going to be met with understandable resistance.
A few people quit high school to do the show and then got their GEDs, and we were aware that getting this job was changing their life trajectory.
For the family, if Peter quit flying, it meant he’d be home more to help with the kids.
Despite the threats and harassment not one Parler employee has quit.
Lowen ended up quitting the show within a year for other reasons.
As reported by The Korea Herald, LG Electronics CEO Kwon Bong-Seok sent out a staff-wide memo that the company was considering making major changes to its smartphone division, including possibly quitting the smartphone business.
It also meets military specifications for sealing against dust, wind, shock, vibration, so it won’t quit in high noise, harsh conditions, and high use.
Successes proved fleeting, setbacks proved dispiriting and, before his star-making turn in “Hamilton,” Odom considered quitting show business.
My father had to quit high school in order to help support his family during the Depression.

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