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Our model has it basically even, with Chelsea slight favorites at 56 percent.
THE BEST ROUND OF THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE IS HERECHADWICK MATLIN (CHADWICK.MATLIN@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 12, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Trust us—once you reach that cozy, calm state, it is incredibly uncomfortable when you make a slight movement and the entire thing slides off.
Though, once again by late-night hours, we may have the slightest of chances for a few patches of freezing drizzle.
With “Smalltime,” Shorto traces his decision to learn the truth about his family’s past, discover its long-buried secrets, and explore unforgotten slights and how decisions made decades and decades ago continue to leave their mark.
It crunches like a thin rice cake and has a slight savory quality to it.
By late afternoon, there’s a slight chance of light snow developing in our far western areas.
When you’re done, the dumpling will be closed, with 4 pleats and a slight curve.
Kelce has both, but he can also change tempo to set up cuts and gain a slight advantage on defenders.
Both times, he kept a daily log of how he was feeling, recording a slight fever and soreness in his arm on day two.
Still, many of us with anxiety went into this stressful pandemic with a slight advantage.

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