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This could be one of the races in which disgust with how things are going leads to new levels of turnout, and shocking debate moments really matter.
It wasn’t until 1962 that a semiconductor engineer at Texas Instruments named Thomas Hartman wrote a paper that explicitly embraced the shocking implications of the math.
What’s happened to them after playing Seattle in Week 2 has been shocking.
So it is more than a little shocking that the 2018 Bird-Stewart duo has been completely overshadowed by … the 2020 performance of Sue Bird and Breanna Stewart.
In a 2020 filled with shocking twists, this would be perhaps the most unlikely — and it could win him the election.
FROM WUHAN VIRUS TO WASHINGTON VIRUSDANIEL MALLOYOCTOBER 4, 2020OZY
Frankly, I find it shocking that more companies have not yet followed in the footsteps of Tory Burch and Old Navy.
That’s why it was so shocking when in 1980, an 8-point gender gap emerged between the share of men and women who voted for Reagan, with 55 percent of men backing him but just 47 percent of women.
That’s somewhat shocking — and perhaps it explains why the number of Landry’s short targets dropped by nearly half after he moved to the analytics-friendly Cleveland Browns.
Then, as he broke an egg that was shockingly overdone, he added spitefully: "Why did you boil your door-knobs?"
She was gratified; but the weather was not brighter than the faces gathered upon the piazza, at a shockingly unfashionable hour.
ALONEMARION HARLAND

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