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As you say, Neil, the Washington pass rush can be a problem generally.
WE KNEW A FOOTBALL TEAM WOULD WIN IN WEEK 1. BUT MAYBE NOT ‘FOOTBALL TEAM.’SARA ZIEGLER (SARA.ZIEGLER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)SEPTEMBER 14, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Most vaccines take at least five years to go through clinical trials, and there have been questions around whether Covid-19 vaccines are being “rushed through.”
I found that creating time and space on Friday mornings makes me more present in those discussions, rather than squeezing people in during the rush of the week.
She was rushed to Howard University Hospital where she was pronounced dead the next day.
They’re the same reason why some venture capitalists aren’t rushing to be a part of the cannabis high.
Unless help comes soon, there will be an immense rush of closures this winter.
The markets took Powell’s remarks as another indication that the Fed is in no rush to raise interest rates.
Without a vaccine or effective treatment, companies should not rush to reopen their offices if remote work is a viable option.
Experiencing questions means sitting with them, rather than rushing to devise a solution or, God forbid, an app.
I don’t need to time travel to meet up with Oscar, buy Chanel’s sofa or rush to scramble the eggs and toss the salad.

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