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Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency on March 4, seemingly before the worst effects of the pandemic had been felt in California.

This can be difficult in a climate where world events are creating new and different needs seemingly daily.

Pacers coach Nate McMillan said Monday that he expected Oladipo to take part in the team’s scrimmages, seemingly setting the stage for him to take the court once the real games get going again.

What had been a top-heavy team has filled out with players for seemingly every purpose.

One such seemingly small innovation is proving to be extremely effective in India’s online matchmaking sector.

For instance, the claim that tropical weather reduces the potency of SARS-CoV-2 is partly based on studies of other coronaviruses that seemingly peaked in winter and disappeared in spring.

As a physicist, he wanted to look for statistical laws that described people’s seemingly indeterminate behavior, but he had no useful human data to examine.

Unfortunately, the corvus was seemingly abandoned in the post 255 BC era, perhaps because of its destructive effect even on Roman warships.

Many have talked about the seemingly miraculous success of the First Crusade.

The droll things were called the "Little Ease," and seemingly, were intended to create merriment.

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