Thesaurus / soon


We will soon see a wave of 2020 rosés on store shelves, so it’s important to remember that this fine example has an extra six months of age because it’s from South Africa, allowing the wine to settle and develop flavor.
I wouldn’t be surprised if it begins to officially roll out to all searchers soon.
After a few months away from the office, as it became clear that Covid wasn’t going away anytime soon, Hallmark got to work producing a line of cards specifically tuned to pandemic life.
It will also urge you to invite those who aren’t and let you know as soon as someone in your contacts has joined so you can say hello to them.
She soon left that employer, and now she’s been hired by mine.
He feels thankful, he says, because if it hadn’t been for that SMS addressed to a stranger, he wouldn’t have gotten the vaccine so soon.
Hogan soon announced that people 75 and older could get vaccinated, followed by those 65 and older a week later.
Ozoma said she benefited and felt protected by the STAND Act when she decided to go public against Pinterest, but soon learned that it did not cover her complaints of racial discrimination.
The Oxford-AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are also due to start trials in children soon.
Lewis, Keatts and Libby pin down what’s going on with the city’s books — especially on hiring under Faulconer and infrastructure mandates the city must soon comply with.


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