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The result is that political and bureaucratic snags have dimmed the glow, for now, of the historic scientific achievement of developing vaccines in record time to protect against a new and deadly disease.
Fairfax County’s vaccination plan hit a serious snag Monday, when a sudden depletion of Virginia’s vaccine supply forced officials to unexpectedly cancel the scheduled inoculations of roughly 15,000 Fairfax staffers.
On the heels of the pandemic to the election cycle, Thanksgiving and Christmas couldn’t come sooner and if you’re in the mood for early holiday shopping, this season is filled with sales and seasonal snags that are almost too good to pass up.
AstraZeneca Plc’s coronavirus shot could be ready for large-scale vaccinations as early as this year, Chief Executive Officer Pascal Soriot said, dismissing reports of delays and production snags.
That shortened, rounded cable makes snags almost disappear, and the controls built onto the earbuds themselves solve the problem of searching for any sort of control node attached to the aforementioned cable.
It was about twenty feet from him when he snagged it, and it was still twenty feet away.
BILL BRUCE ON FOREST PATROLHENRY HARLEY ARNOLD
Directly ahead, the truant paddle had snagged against a log which protruded from the water.
The fish was snagged in the middle of the body and, accordingly, could use all its power against the pull on the line.
BILL BRUCE ON FOREST PATROLHENRY HARLEY ARNOLD
It is my guess that the instant you heave alongside you will be snagged with boat hooks by the men on her deck.
CAPPY RICKS RETIRESPETER B. KYNE
She snagged a piano and pounded out barrelhouse runs in quirky time as I carried the main thread of the movement on a cello.

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