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It has solidified things maybe, but I don’t see any major shift.
HOW HAS THE NATION CHANGED SINCE THE INSURRECTION AT THE CAPITOL?MICAH COHEN (MICAH.COHEN@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 11, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Brady, 43, in his first season outside New England in his two-decade career, helped solidify his legacy as perhaps the greatest quarterback of all time.
That setup is analogous to how rocky planets formed their initial atmospheres after they solidified billions of years ago.
Not to mention that someone who has been researching a topic and ran across your company name mentioned multiple times on industry-specific websites starts to solidify that brand recognition everyone is always talking about.
Hyman’s team found that when they made droplets of mutated FUS proteins in vitro, after only about eight hours the droplets solidified into what he calls “horrible aggregates.”
As someone who has experienced the pain of losing family to avoidable health events, I ask that states act now to solidify their vaccine distribution strategies.
They claim that Google has solidified its monopoly in search — capturing roughly 90 percent of all queries — through an array of anti-competitive tactics that have created a “moat around its kingdom.”
Lafalaise’s journey allowed her to solidify her cultural identity.
If Silbert’s Foundry gambit succeeds, it will further solidify Digital Currency Group’s position as a giant of the industry.
Perhaps that’s because of a dialed-back approach that solidified things on the other end, or perhaps it’s because the team spent a ton of money on Eden Hazard, who wore his own jersey fewer times than Tony has this year.

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