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It’s the most precaution Valderruten has taken before a first date, and it’s a sign of how much the singles scene has changed in the past year.
The fact that I was even thinking that was a sign of how you start doubting your whole reality.
The stormy pattern shows no signs of stopping, with four more chances for wintry precipitation over the next week.
Senior aides to the impeachment managers’ team claim they are seeing signs that some Republicans may be wavering and might be convinced to vote for a conviction.
In a true sign that the Politico of 2021 is not the Politico of, say, 2008, the Playbook crew didn’t publish the story 30 seconds after asking for comment.
There are other signs indicating the vaccines can reduce spread.
Wells, who assists about 176 residents, recalled an incident in September in which she tried to help someone in her care sign up for Lifeline.
If I needed an umbrella, there was no sign of Truffles, while the others appeared as usual, albeit with wet fur.
The sign’s size and consistency have made it a favorite reference point for Baltimoreans.
Already, there are signs offshore wind is beginning to support its own weight in the windiest places.

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