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Fierce referred The Washington Post to Apple’s public relations team.
Asked why Hogan’s administration agreed to pay the labs the same fee when the state also had to provide the test kit, Ricci referred The Post to health officials.
When asked how the virus may have entered the facility, Rice referred to research showing that high levels of community spread can often lead to nursing home outbreaks.
You only have to hear how television executives refer to games — above all else they are “inventory” — to understand exactly why these contests are being staged.
The ProPublica investigation this year documented just such a crash on New York’s Long Island in 2016 that left Jillian Brown with an injury medical journals refer to as “internal decapitation.”
He said his company is starting to see more concessions offered, which refers to enticements to attract renters such as a month or more of free rent, among the Class A apartment buildings.
Events in Dallas You Won’t Want to MissOften referred to as “The Pride of Texas,” the annual Pride event held in Dallas is one you definitely won’t want to miss.
He quickly showers, gets dressed and reheats some leftover chicken soup for a meal he refers to as his dinner.
Fire Island Pines, often referred to simply as “The Pines” is a beautiful hamlet on Fire Island, which is one of the barrier islands on the southern side of Long Island.
That’s the key distinction from CTV, which refers specifically to a single device, like a smart TV.

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