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An emotionally wrenching marathon of hospital shifts followed.
These shifts stand to benefit Democrats more than they benefit Republicans.
Volkswagen AG is making its green-bond debut, about two weeks after Daimler AG, as automakers tap socially responsible investors to help pay for the hugely expensive shift to electric vehicles.
The five-month quarantine has caused a digital shift across our way of life, leaving people to engage with the Internet, social media and technology even more—and shop.
Climate models generally show shifts in these broad patterns, though it’s not exactly clear how much the changes might translate to hurricanes themselves.
This year did not lead to the seismic shift that the TV upfront market seemed set to undergo in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
The Seattle officer also predicted that officers who remain will scale back by, for instance, taking longer than necessary to handle a 911 call, just to fill their shift.
If the work landscape feels very different this year, some of those changes reflect broader, long-term shifts in society, the way we do business and the way we think about what work is — and what we want it to be.
The question was put rather testily and caused the other to shift uncomfortably before making answer.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
The night shift had clocked in over an hour ago, and there should be no passing through the gate for at least six hours.

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