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He has stepped in for injured players and become a reliable option, ranking second among the team’s wide receivers in catches.
It was designed to be as reliable as possible with maintenance in mind, to be easier to work on.
Facebook on Thursday also touted the work it did to help people access reliable election information and register to vote.
It’s true, he said, that sperm banks were less common and frozen sperm less reliable.
The challenge lies in being able to measure them in a way that is able to evolve as the conversation evolves, in a way that is reliable and can stand the test of time, as the conversation two years ago was very different from the conversation today.
Then, Painter notes, many downstream communities could lose their only reliable source of year-round water.
In particular, two reliable Republican strongholds, Texas and Arizona, were not automatically shaded red.
The incredibly reliable lamps in the Cosmo series have been our favorites for years, but this newest iteration tops them all.
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Those two are reliable performance channels that will generate a solid return on investment.
Two candidates backed by the Washington Teachers’ Union were poised to win their races — and these newly elected representatives probably would be reliable boosters of the traditional public school system on the board.

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