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The projects Metro is targeting this time around are a sliver of a nearly $23 billion budget for capital projects that stretches 10 years.
There’s only been like a sliver, like two, maybe, that have taken any money from Amazon to spend in the retail media space.
Experts believe the federal tally of nearly 500 variant cases across 32 states — including the strains first found in the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil — is a sliver of the real picture.
“So we are excited to have a sliver of live performance and try to provide that source of inspiration that will help remind people that we are all here, we’re all Americans, we are all working to get through this,” he said.
Get rid of soap slivers, nearly empty bottles and dried up nail polish.
Find one small thing you can fix, find a sliver of the world that you can tend.
PICKING UP THE PIECES OF USSUSANNA SCHROBSDORFFJANUARY 10, 2021TIME
That created a messy standoff of denials from Sheppard and “no comments” from Wall, but there was real value in the slivers of transparency from both sides.
When all the leaves are off the trees, Grace said, you can glimpse a sliver of the Potomac.
Critically, they were able to correlate failures in attention in the sliver of time right before recall with memory performance.
Robinson shoots a high percentage on contested shots as well as open shots, so he needs only a sliver of space to be able to get what he would consider a good look at the rim.

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