Thesaurus / resuming


Advertisers can expect this to last another month, though there may be an opportunity to resume these ads sooner.

The ink was barely dry when the tour resumed play in mid-June.

They may not resume work for a week or more if the ground is too wet after a rainy spell.

The gaming giant has privately informed some high-profile streamers in the country that it expects to resume the service in India before the end of this year, the other source said.

Frostburg State University resumed in-person classes Thursday, about a week after a spate of coronavirus cases forced the campus online and as questions mount over the school’s handling of the virus.

Powell has long cautioned that the recovery rests on getting the public health crisis under control, which would give people more confidence to resume their old routines and spending habits.

Approval for augmentative communication devices has resumed.

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So buyers aren’t given a hard date as to when they will scale ad spend back up “We’re kinda playing it by ear,” as to when to resume ad spend, freelance media buyer David Herrmann said in an email.

Carr added that he intends to make Max Vert October a permanent fixture on the Cirque Series calendar, even after regular racing can safely resume.

Operation Warp Speed head Moncef Slaoui said in an interview earlier this week that both the Astra and J&J trials could resume in the coming days.


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