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Hundreds of thousands of Americans died of a disease that spurred a massive retraction of social engagement.
Smartmatic and Dominion also demanded retractions from Fox’s lesser-known competitors in conservative media, including Newsmax, One America News and the Epoch Times.
On Tuesday, the New York Times acknowledged errors in how it rolled out the retraction of key episodes in its 2018 “Caliphate” podcast series.
Many have also pushed back against calls for retraction, recommending that comments on the paper’s alleged flaws be submitted to the journal instead.
The reason behind it is the use-it-or-lose-it ad spending that is usually expected in Q4, amplified by the spend retraction in Q2 and Q3 that is now reallocated to Q4 and, finally, the elections ad spend that is reducing inventory even more.
Uncle Dick did not relish my retraction, and his near-sighted eyes glared at me in disgust.
A VIRGINIA SCOUTHUGH PENDEXTER
The next week the Declarator retracted, in the manner in which it always retracted when a retraction was necessary.
DOMINIE DEANELLIS PARKER BUTLER
Some of you profess to think its retraction would operate favourably for the Union.
An indignant protest from other citizens compelled the retraction of this letter before it was sent.
It is capable of considerable distension, and after retraction, to allow of the child passing down it from the Womb.

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