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The second shortened the amount of time laid-off employees have to decide whether they want to come back.
Advertisers followed through on their plans to negotiate options to cancel a higher amount of their committed ad dollars and to shorten the deadlines for when cancelation requests need to be submitted before a quarter begins.
The tools Cleveland uses are meant in part to shorten the throwing motion.
Response times shortened vastly as Mayo Clinic and these partners focused on an immediate shared goal.
The 20th amendment was ratified to shorten the period between the presidential election in November and the inauguration, which had been in March.
Last month, scientists reported promising data on a different drug, which appears to shorten recovery time for seriously ill patients.
Long titles are shortened to about 600-700px on the SERP, so your longer title simply ends looking incomplete in the SERPs.
The law still branded as conspiracy any united attempt of workingmen to raise wages or to shorten the hours of work.
If your neighbor seems disposed to shorten the time by conversing, do not be too hasty in checking him.
In spite, however, of the strong wind, neither the smugglers nor those on board the cruiser appeared inclined to shorten sail.
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