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The debate in Fairfax comes as a spate of school systems in the Washington region have begun adding Muslim and Jewish holidays to their calendars.
Roughly a year ago, Visa announced plans to acquire the fintech company, heralding a spate of deals in the financial technology space.
However, in the last decade, a spate of new research has demonstrated that treating the infected organ with a course of antibiotics can sometimes resolve the issue.
Rusenko says customers have been so pleased by the service that, in the case of another Mill Valley restaurant, they posted a spate of positive Yelp reviews.
In a normal year, this sudden spate of hiring would be extremely noticeable — several hundred thousand new government jobs could increase that month’s total number of jobs gained by an order of magnitude.
Every selection season brings a new spate of headlines about a copyright kerfuffle involving candidates’ unauthorized use of songs.
He says the movement has its roots in the anti-vaccination sentiment toward measles jabs that has surfaced in recent years, and which has been blamed for a spate of outbreaks.
Jumia’s second quarter earnings results show the company is looking to draw an end to a spate of legal wrangles.
It was about the first day of October, and we had enjoyed a “spate.”
ANGLING SKETCHESANDREW LANG
Such holes are made by the swirling water of the floods, and may change their situation with every spate.

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