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His first newspaper job was at Washington’s scrappy Daily News.
IN HIS MEMOIR ‘NEWSMAN,’ TV’S PAT COLLINS STICKS TO HIS STORYJOHN KELLYDECEMBER 16, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Some guys who had come up just behind us put on their skis on the actual summit and made a scrappy turn or two off the top before continuing down.
SKIING UP AND DOWN MOUNT SHASTABRENDAN LEONARDDECEMBER 3, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Over the course of three years and a half-dozen moves across the Northeast, these scrappy trails became the center of our outdoor life.
THE CASE FOR HIKING UGLY TRAILSKRISTA KARLSONNOVEMBER 21, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
When Ant was still a scrappy upstart in 2008, Ma vowed to disrupt China’s financial system.
CHINA’S MARKETS WELCOME HOMEGROWN TECH—BUT ANT’S SUSPENDED IPO IS A REMINDER OF THE RISKSGRADY MCGREGORNOVEMBER 7, 2020FORTUNE
All our hosts love the Rays’ style of play but remain unconvinced that their underdog narrative is as scrappy as Tampa makes it sound.
WILL THE BEST TEAMS MAKE FOR THE BEST WORLD SERIES?SARAH SHACHATOCTOBER 20, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
We have more to do, and if outward indications mean anything we’re getting scrappier doing it.
COME COVID OR HIGH WATER, COLLEGE IS … HAPPENING?JOY NESBITTAUGUST 9, 2020OZY

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