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Rock made from cooling lava, which solidifies downward from the surface, can take on a similar appearance.

Start your shopping now to lighten the hassle and solidify that your gifts make it before Christmas.

Monday, her Council office issued a press release solidifying her intention to be the next Council president.

The Chief has worked with the Board on reforms that have solidified the Fairfax County Police Department as a leader in transparency and community trust.

Meanwhile, Barrett’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, which solidified a 6-3 conservative majority on the Supreme Court, has raised fears LGBTQ rights, including same-sex marriage, are in jeopardy with her on the bench.

Wide receiver stands out as the deepest offensive position at Maryland, but after a strong freshman season, Jones couldn’t further solidify his place in the pecking order.

Gaspar, a former Encinitas mayor, took the seat in 2016, solidifying its place not as a MAGA stronghold but a suburban swing district in North County and northern San Diego with shifting preferences.

That could help solidify its position as a go-to medicine for Covid-19 patients even as other drugs for the disease begin to reach the market.

An EU emphasis on a low-carbon recovery from the pandemic has only solidified that reality.

Across the media landscape, a new model solidified — one based on diversified revenue streams in addition to advertising, like commerce and subscriptions.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.