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He successfully leveraged skepticism about the system to aid his own ambitions to retain power.
The one thing that you have to retain is being able to celebrate you and your achievements, not as contrasted to anybody else’s.
He legally retains authority over much of her day-to-day life, though he temporarily stepped away from that role in 2019.
This allows the cheese to retain its moisture and results in that smooth, Velveeta-like texture we love so much.
Researchers seem to agree that as children’s ability to retain memories emerges, their ability to recall particular events is increased when adults talk to them about what they experienced after the fact.
Folkes and her role-share partner, Nicola Johnson-Marshall, are advocates of part-time and role-share positions as a vehicle for retaining female leadership in senior roles in the workplace.
It will become increasingly difficult for Republicans to suppress enough votes to retain power.
The Cougars picked off Boise State and Texas Tech in a truncated nonconference schedule, victories likely to retain value until the end of the season.
She won’t receive a salary or have expenses covered, allowing her to retain her college eligibility.
It’s also unclear whether sponsorship has retained its value, given Beijing 2022 is fast approaching, or its perks, such as guaranteed admission to headline events.

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