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That revelation spooked investors, who sent the shares crashing down by more than one-third over a two-day stretch.
The revelation of Ikhrata’s March donation to Lawson-Remer comes the same week that he’s unveiling his new, 50-year plan for the future of transportation in the county.
The single most important lesson from these revelations is that companies that trade in personal data cannot be trusted to store and manage it.
The plate showed what was then called the Andromeda nebula, but Hubble’s new distance measurement led to the universe-altering revelation that the nebula was, in fact, the Andromeda galaxy, and that countless other galaxies existed beyond our own.
The news about what went wrong with the deal has been a slow drip of revelations over the last year.
Both revelations came from the review board’s report, which was newly unsealed by a federal judge overseeing a civil lawsuit by Nehad’s family, Sara Libby reports in a new story.
For Jayson Lusk, these intermediate links in the supply chain were a bit of a revelation.
It would be cruel to disturb her now with such a revelation of her own negligence.
THE PRICE OF LOVEARNOLD BENNETT
The offence of Dreiser is that he has disdained this revelation and gone back to the Greeks.
A BOOK OF PREFACESH. L. MENCKEN
A revelation seemed to come upon her, and, for the first time, she was a Huguenot to the core.
A LADDER OF SWORDSGILBERT PARKER

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