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Some refer to the temps at which you can sleep comfortably, while others to the lowest possible temperature at which an average person will feel comfortable.
Maybe he’s referring to the “interest” forms and alerts available from hospitals — I’ve signed up for those.
The first clue is the exhibition’s title, “Vertical Internal,” which refers to the spaces between the scan lines in an analog television signal.
Pirates, then, are seen as romantic heroes — the underdogs fighting the establishment — whom historian Marcus Rediker refers to as proto-democratic, egalitarian and multicultural.
Last summer, Bregman referred him a big case simply because he wanted to help Peretti get a legal experience he had not yet had.
Rather than referring to Moderna or Pfizer’s vaccines, we should be calling them “the people’s vaccines,” as two doctors recently noted in The Nation.
This refers to the device underneath the keys that registers each tap.
The story has been amended to make clear that he was referring to his role as CEO.
Younger Americans are moving to more urban areas, a shift referred to as the big sort.
Instead, she said, she used the term “we” to refer to “we the patriots.”

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