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Federal executions resumed this summer after a 17-year hiatus.
The program never received the necessary clearance to practice, but that flexible timeline offers some encouragement for Maryland’s chances to resume team activities in time for the Indiana game.
He cannot return to team activities for 10 days, but that does give him time to resume on-the-field coaching duties before the Indiana game if Maryland plays.
Apple has banned the popular mobile game Fortnite amid a legal battle with its publisher, Epic Games, but the iPhone maker’s customers may soon be able to resume playing the title.
The Supreme Court has repeatedly turned down requests to block the Justice Department’s plans to resume executions.
JFS is representing Juan and other asylum-seekers enrolled in MPP who are stuck in Tijuana, and trying to help connect them with services as they wait for the pandemic to end and for their immigration cases to resume.
At Signature Bank, meanwhile, executives have extended forbearance to some borrowers, hoping they can resume making loan payments once the pandemic passes.
In my early experiences with the console, I was impressed by how snappy the game loading was—it was tremendous to have the ability to instantly resume a title I was playing without several minutes of load screens and waiting.
Her summer job with a firm evaporated, and with it the hoped-for offer of a permanent position by the time classes resumed for the fall.
What I can devote my attention to, however, is putting forth an appealing resume, preparing an argument for why I am a good candidate, dressing appropriately, and skipping any late-night drinking with friends the night before.