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Soon they will start producing honey, collecting nectar from nearby plants and holding it in a secondary stomach in order to get it back to the hive.
All the way back in 2011, companies like SecondMarket were seeing nine-figures’ worth of shares being traded on their secondary share platforms.
Instead, the Internet has become our primary mechanism for socializing, rather than a secondary one.
That’s when I came up with the idea for what I like to call my secondary pantry.
Considerable differences still exist in how the various modeling systems are handling the location, evolution and track of the secondary low.
However, even if the secondary low forms to our south along or near the coast, how quickly it develops and exactly where it tracks would determine how much snow we see.
The Los Angeles Rams did a decent job in Saturday’s matchup, but Adams still managed nine catches for 66 yards and a touchdown — while secondary target Allen Lazard added four catches for 96 yards and another score.
Some attorneys say they have arranged in the past to have high-profile arrestees in the District escorted out of secondary exits to avoid the media.
As cord cutting continues to accelerate and streaming viewership surges and ad dollars follow, the networks can no longer afford to allow streaming to remain a secondary business.
Protecting private property from coastal floods is secondary to those priorities, and shoreline armoring is largely prohibited.

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