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The football team has had 23 players test positive in a two-week span.
The case went to trial in late 2018 after experts from both sides analyzed a huge trove of internal Harvard data spanning several years of applications and admission decisions.
Expert speakers — spanning the public, private and defense sectors — will share a veritable galaxy of wisdom, experience and insight.
The museum, spanning more than 240 years of history, includes galleries covering periods of history from before the Revolutionary War to the present.
The returning children — who span all age levels, from kindergarten through 12th grade — will learn in school buildings for two days each week.
With regular bike washes, I used to get three to four seasons out of a cassette but expect to at least double that life span with wax.
It was DeJoy’s aggressive cost-cutting regimen, according to postal experts, that created sustained slowdowns in the mail service that over one five-week span delayed more than 7 percent of the nation’s first-class mail.
It’s not hard to recognize that uncertainties in position that span thousands or millions of kilometers might be problematic for explorers.
People spanning the social gamut practiced it, from slaves such as the early second-century Epictetus to emperors like Marcus Aurelius.
After close to a decade of globe-spanning effort, the genome of the southern right whale has been released this week, giving us deeper insights into the histories and recovery of whale populations across the southern hemisphere.

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