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A few weeks later, the entertainment juggernaut had to halt park operations in much of the world because of the spreading coronavirus and shelve its theatrical release schedule because movie theaters around the world were closing.
With the future of the app in the United States no longer a question and the sale to Oracle shelved, that stability has marketers more comfortable committing additional ad dollars to the short-form video app.
“WandaVision” puts to rest any thoughts of the Marvel Studios machine losing steam during a pandemic that has temporarily shelved two of its 2020 superhero films.
To be clear, ABC News Live has not entirely shelved its original programming plans.
This standalone garment rack from Iris is roughly 40 inches tall and features hanging storage combined with a shelving unit in one.
Observe thief, but thieves and to thieve; loaf, but loaves; shelf, but shelves and to shelve.
These are the momentous, the pressing questions which a man can only shelve at his peril.
SERMONSJ. B. LIGHTFOOT
Two more rooms were taken over from the Legislative Council in 1881 and temporarily the Library could shelve all its books.
REPORT OF THE CHIEF LIBRARIANJ. O. WILSON AND GENERAL ASSEMBLY LIBRARY (NEW ZEALAND)
Dr Chapple has done nothing more than shelve it, for as we have seen his remedy is both practically and morally impossible.
A PLEA FOR THE CRIMINALJAMES LESLIE ALLAN KAYLL
Oh, perhaps the next time we chat together, he laughed, anxious to shelve the matter for the moment.
THE BAIL JUMPERROBERT J. C. STEAD

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