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The Cowboys, meanwhile, are trying to reduce the potential for an outbreak by relocating coaches and staff whose duties place them in direct contact with players to a hotel.
The experience, though, filled with frequent travel complications, made it necessary for the Class AAA affiliate to relocate.
More than 40,000 people have been forced to relocate from a fifth.
Companies want new hires to relocate as soon as it’s safe, she says, and that’s especially the case for senior leaders.
So anesthesiologists who are experts at using ventilators are being relocated to intensive care.
Authorities have tried to relocate people from low-lying areas and islands, but the Caribbean coast in that region is poor and remote, making it difficult for locals to truly prepare for a storm of this magnitude.
She doesn’t want to have to relocate her household, which includes a teenage daughter and elderly parents.
WORKING MOMS ARE NOT OKAYAMY JOYCE, ELLEN MCCARTHYOCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Several tech firms, including Facebook and Slack, have said during the pandemic that their workers are free to relocate and work remotely going forward, but they will be paid based on where they live.
School sports remain closed and their kids’ club team relocated practices to East County in the Grossmont Union High School District, where there is access to a pool.
The "notice" was already up, the "relocation" of our mine completed beyond recall, and the crowd rapidly dispersing.
ROUGHING ITMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)

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