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Compared to many other members of WallStreetBets, Fage138 comes across as reserved and thoughtful.
Wall led Houston with 24 points and was somewhat more reserved during a videoconference after the game.
Friends described Liebengood as humble and reserved, and said he shared a love of racecar driving with his late father, as well as a pull toward the halls of the Capitol.
Buy nowEven if I know there’s a picnic table at my reserved camp spot, this piece of gear still goes in the car—you can never have too much table space when camping.
For the remaining 82 percent of the Dunedin youngsters, the researchers found only weak links between age 3 temperament — say, being outgoing and confident or reserved but willing to interact with others — and personality 15 years later.
Thus was the man left entirely to the devil, not even his life being reserved, as in the case of Job.
The two-thirds objective should be used as a finder, while the one-sixth is reserved for examining details.
She laughed and bantered him a little, remembering too late that she should have been dignified and reserved.
Five horses were shot under him, his clothes were riddled with bullets, but he was reserved for a sinister fate.
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The Gentiles shall seek and find Christ, but the Jews will persecute him, and be rejected, only a remnant shall be reserved.

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