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Junior forward Jairus Hamilton had another solid evening, giving Maryland an offensive spark off the bench.
Gloves must insulate against the heat, sparks, radiation, and electricity from welding.
What’s different today is that the spark is the leadership of the President of the United States.
All are needed, fueled by the joy that innovators experience with the spark of novel ideas, and the desire to bring them to life.
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The pace of the vaccine rollout remains closely watched, and any positive news on this front could put a spark back into equity markets.
On paper we were probably good matches to put together, but you can’t put together a spark.
Powerline fires have historically happened when strong winds damage electrical equipment, sending a spark into dry vegetation.
With the victory, the Eagles snapped a four-game losing streak to remain alive in the NFC East divisional race, and some are already wondering whether the Eagles can turn that spark into a winning streak.
During the pandemic, she hasn’t been dating much at all — dates with a couple of men, but no sparks.
The idea comes courtesy of Justine Smyth, chair of the New Zealand telecommunications company Spark.

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