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Howe says it plans to incorporate customer feedback into these predictions — including by analyzing online reviews where people tend to specify if a particular shoe sizes larger or smaller than expected.
He did not specify how many doses each company would contribute.
The sequence of the 3 billion or so chemical bases composing the human genome that specifies the blueprint for our design accommodates the bohemian ideology of Kerouac’s Beat Generation as effortlessly as the ruthless culture of the Aztecs.
Now that you have a clear idea of what you want to build, it’s time to cut your rails, stiles, mullions, and panels to the dimensions specified in the materials list.
A will is a legal document that specifies how you want your property divided and who should be the guardians of your minor children.
He did not specify quantum entanglement, but surely that fell into Jung’s expanded definition.
On Monday, a “call for nominations” was posted on the Federal Register, which allows oil companies to specify which areas of ANWR land they would like to lease.
The next screen will let you specify a key combination—which must include Shift, Alt, Ctrl, or the Windows key—and then associate an action with it.
Powell declined to specify whether he had spoken with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin specifically about the extension.
The Lions announced the roster move with Stafford but did not specify whether he tested positive or was exposed to the virus.

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