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Karen recognizes herself refracted into multiple characters throughout Sarah’s book.
Local health officials will be tasked with getting the vaccine to any non-federally recognized tribal communities.
“It’s important to recognize, just as before, that while we are closing the buildings, the Smithsonian is still open online,” he added.
So yes, whether it’s traditional school, cyber school, home school or self-directed learning, we all must decide what’s best for us, but it’s critical that we recognize the advantages in those decisions, should there be any.
You’ll probably recognize yourself in their grief, their interrupted days, their pursuit of normalcy — and feel a little less alone because of their words.
THE MOST 2020 BOOKS OF 2020ANGELA HAUPTNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
He just needs to recognize that “have babies at 41” is not a high-percentage life plan for women.
Of course, in that time a FAST platform may recognize that providing more detailed data to media companies could in fact give it an advantage against its rival platforms.
Meanwhile, some intellectual property scholars are wondering whether to recognize machines as patent or copyright owners.
At the same time, pollsters should recognize the limitations of their method and recognize the usefulness of other research methods.
IN DEFENSE OF POLLSTERSJAKEMETHNOVEMBER 13, 2020FORTUNE
“We must be willing and able to recognize that harm to competition might not be as obvious from a look at the marketplace as it stands currently,” said Simons.

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