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It started out rough, with several calls being dropped before everyone realized that even phone directions for public comment needed to be translated before people start providing public comments.
It’s been a rough road so far, but if there is one brightening light at the end of the tunnel, it’s that vaccinations are continuing to push forward.
While the fidelity and speed of the system are still a long way from those achieved by state-of-the-art devices, a lot of this is down to the rough and ready experimental setup the researchers used and should be possible to improve on.
Planes couldn’t fly that morning because of weather, and the water was rough.
McIlroy did not call an official after checking on his ball in the rough Saturday at the 18th hole.
As Beal said, it was important for the Wizards to see that type of win after a rough stretch with a shorthanded roster last week prompted soul-searching comments from Beal, Brooks and Westbrook alike.
That’s the part where my passion lies — finding the diamond in the rough.
So they had a really rough time at home and a really rough way to go.
He wrote the pilot episode, envisioned the rough-around-the-edges look of the early set and helped create core characters.
Local news outlets like the Monitor-News were in rough shape even before the pandemic.

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