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They are once again an unlikely perfect pair in this intricate puzzler about Sam Tabor, an addled Brooklyn outsider artist who hires Smith, surprisingly, to prove he’s a serial killer.
Goshen is a serial entrepreneur as well as a veteran of the Israeli Defense Forces’ Unit 8200, the main signals intelligence division of the Israeli military.
Carlino’s father, who began modestly as a florist in Philadelphia, was a serial entrepreneur who sent his son to central Pennsylvania to oversee some of the family businesses, including the racetrack.
Mason was an aspiring model and serial entrepreneur who sold homemade wooden crosses door-to-door as a child and graduated to selling gloves for gamers in high school, Mason had moved to New York when he was signed to Ford Models.
Since Brazilian blood banks retain samples of donated blood, they were able to go back and look for coronavirus antibodies at several points in time—a technique known as serial sampling.
He gives the wrong date for Sabin's book, which began to appear serially in 1875 and was published in 1877.
The segments of the body, as they follow one behind the other, are also serially alike, as is plainly seen in the abdomen or tail.
ON THE GENESIS OF SPECIESST. GEORGE MIVART
Chapters from this book, appropriately illustrated, first appeared serially in Scribner's Magazine.
This book I endeavoured to publish serially by posting the MS. to the editors of various magazines for their consideration.
Because of the condensers serially in the telephone line, voice currents can pass through it, but direct currents can not.

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION