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Even though Maryland has won four games against ranked teams, including three on the road, the Terps still need to improve their conference record.
The records that do exist, though sparse, show that officials passed the ordinance with fairly broad language at the same time they created a local disaster council.
According to the records, more than 200 officers still working at the NYPD have had five or more substantiated allegations against them.
Pivoting to include the horizontal with the vertical, Group Nine’s revenue in 2020 was flat with 2019, according to Schiller, but the fourth quarter ended up being the best on record for the company.
Sunday’s Super Bowl, on paper, seemed set to be one for the record books.
She set Olympic records that still stand in the 100 and 200 meters in the 1988 Seoul Olympics and drew attention for sporting what she called a “one-legger” she had created spur-of-the-moment.
The Crew-1 astronauts, launched on SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket from the Kennedy Space Center, eclipsed the record of 84 days on Sunday.
Gomez covered Barry Bonds from 2005 to 2007 as he chased down and broke Hank Aaron’s home run record.
Costlow continues walking toward the deputy, who continues backing up, as the video records what sounds to be a rapid series of gunshots.
We had a staff meeting, and we played the record and the video, and there were people crying.

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