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He was also worried about how impaired breathing could put him at risk were he to catch Covid-19 — “it’s one more underlying factor that you actually do have control of” — so he quit cold turkey.
HOW THE PANDEMIC GOT PEOPLE SMOKING AGAINMELINDA FAKUADENOVEMBER 12, 2020VOX
According to the New York Times, harassment and abuse has pushed many women to stop pursuing the master sommelier title and, in some cases, quit the industry entirelyIn the wine world, perhaps no title is more coveted than that of master sommelier.
He quit school and picked cotton for a while, joined the Navy and eventually got a job in a sawmill, where he lost most of two fingers.
Young vapers had plenty of reason to quit long before the pandemic.
It just seeks to help “move kids towards quitting,” says Halpern-Felsher — “as the step before.”
The former lieutenant governor quit in 2018 when a woman reported he propositioned her in a hotel.
ALASKA’S “HIM TOO” MOMENT: WHEN POLITICIANS AND ALLIES COME WITH ACCUSATIONS OF THEIR OWNBY KYLE HOPKINS, ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS AND GREG KIM, KYUKOCTOBER 23, 2020PROPUBLICA
Quibi, the would-be streaming video giant, is calling it quits just six months after debuting its service.
It was a success with critics and sold well enough for me to approach Mihlali and suggest we both quit the newsroom.
Morey has not indicated whether the fallout from his tweet influenced his decision to quit the organization, but he abruptly left an interview with the New York Times after a reporter asked about it.
It had everything in sports I liked and I said, “You know, I’m going to quit everything else I’m doing.”

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