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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The system would be better poised to help the region recover once the pandemic ends, he said.
It was the rare offseason in which Embiid wasn’t recovering from surgery or an injury, and the group took advantage.
I found I was more tired at the end of the day but made an effort to consistently get to bed earlier so that I could recover and run the next day.
There is not enough money to help seriously ill children recover.
“They all recovered, but not everyone is that lucky,” text in the video reads, affixed over footage of maskless people celebrating.
From massive losses in tax revenue to the substantial costs of fighting the virus and supporting those struggling with unemployment, states may need years to recover financially.
Many experts say it could take two or three years for the industry to recover.
For me, the way that villages were able to recover from that trauma speaks to what we need to do to keep moving forward.
I even had the good fortune to be able to tag along when an owl that had recovered from an injury was released in Rock Creek Park.
In 1929, Leo Szilard claimed that the demon could not break the second law because it needed more energy to make its measurements than it could recover by sorting the molecules.

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