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Yet the most remarkable journey of her life was across a private border, when she cast off her earlier identity as James Morris and became Jan Morris.
One of the most remarkable features of human nature is its plasticity.
One of the most remarkable achievements of the past four years was federal criminal justice reform, which passed with overwhelming support from politicians in both parties.
In honor of that remarkable abundance, we’ve put together this celebration of the books that helped us maintain our wits during trying times.
IN A TUMULTUOUS YEAR, BOOKS HELPED US COPEWASHINGTON POST EDITORS AND REVIEWERSNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
“It’s just remarkable the number of guns, the proliferation of guns, in this region,” Smith said.
One of the remarkable aspects of the Pauli–Jung collaboration was how their rhetoric had begun to converge.
Just the fact that Tiana Mangakahia is returning to the court for Syracuse this season would be remarkable in and of itself.
Central banks have shown remarkable openness to creating state-backed digital currencies over the past year or so.
Wanner Zuniga and Edwin Abrego lead the pit crew at Texas Jack’s, and they continue to produce remarkable meats.
Witnessing the full potential of the PS5 will take time, as developers tinker with the new tools, crafting novelties or pushing the boundaries of the console′s remarkable tech.

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