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Only those shock waves would produce neutrinos and fast radio bursts at the same time, Metzger says.
Shortly after his own win, Carlsson shocked his children by getting his forearm inked with the words “World Champion” spiraling around a ladle.
“I can’t say as it comes as a huge shock to me,” Miyoshi said when told of the EEOC findings.
I’m shocked and I don’t really have anything to say about that.
THE WOMAN PROPOSITIONED BY ALASKA’S FORMER LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR TELLS HER STORY FOR THE FIRST TIMEBY KYLE HOPKINS AND MICHELLE THERIAULT BOOTS, ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWSSEPTEMBER 10, 2020PROPUBLICA
Growth stocks, meanwhile, tend to do well when there’s a big shock, such as a pandemic.
When actor Chadwick Boseman died this week at age 43, it came as a shock—not just to his fans, but to his colleagues in the film industry, the majority of whom hadn’t known he was sick.
It won’t be a shock if the attacks we’re currently seeing in Afghanistan, the Middle East and the Sahel region of Africa spread.
“The visibility of the SpaceX Starlink satellites really gave everybody a shock,” says Megan Donahue, an astronomer at Michigan State University and the former president of the AAS.
The governor’s new plan came as a shock to county leaders, who said they had no knowledge it was coming.
Everyone was in shock when Mac Miller died in September 2018 of a drug overdose.

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