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These are all questions you and your family members should weigh before any plans are solidified.
That would help customers in the near term and solidify long-term relationships.
Whether dealing with wayward cops or wayward users, technologists choose to allow this particular oppressive worldview to solidify in data sets and define the nature of models that we develop.
Putnam said there’s evidence that many people’s lifestyles have fundamentally changed, and that the length of the pandemic has likely solidified those changes into new habits.
Schweitzer has helped solidify the offensive line, having started the past two months at left guard, and Pro Football Focus grades him as the NFL’s 17th-best interior lineman through 11 games.
Yes, the same team that looked so lost in its opening setback against Louisiana-Lafayette solidified its place in the Big 12 catbird seat with a 23-20 defeat of No.
NBA free agency opens with Lakers, Heat solidifying their rosters and less big spendingBarring a series of miracles, it’s just not realistic on that timeline.
They do not congeal for the reason that the salt of the ocean lowers the point at which the water solidifies to near 28° Fahr.
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Pour the salmon-and-gelatine mixture into this mold, and allow it to stand until it solidifies.
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The metal instantly solidifies, forming a slug (p. 063)having on its edge raised characters formed by the matrices.

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