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Some economists speculate the economy turned around in May, as states reopened and the economy added jobs for the first time since February.
Llama sacrifices occurred in front of local audiences, Valdez and his colleagues speculate.
SpaceX founder Elon Musk, for example, recently speculated about the possibility of building a Starlink network on Mars.
Meanwhile, researchers speculated that the protests and riots that followed may have kept a lot of other citizens who weren’t participating off the streets — reducing the overall number of people who could be exposed.
WHAT A SUMMER OF COVID-19 TAUGHT SCIENTISTS ABOUT INDOOR VS. OUTDOOR TRANSMISSIONMAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)OCTOBER 19, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
News outlet Android Central speculated earlier this week that Pei was leaving the firm possibly because of an alleged “internal power struggle” between him and Lau, 45.
For example, one agency executive speculated that 50% to 60% of ESPN’s college football inventory is locked up in multi-year sponsorship deals.
Eswarrapa speculates that the glowing pigments may help these water bears survive in southern India, where summertime UV levels can be extreme.
Some have speculated that the league has decided to de-emphasize offensive holding penalties and that the decline in penalty yardage is helping to boost scoring.
You can try to speculate what type of ecosystem or partnership you need, but then when you are hands-on in the deal with the customer, they come to the table with their preferred partners already.
I’m not going to speculate what that limited episode was about so early in the course, but he’s doing well.
PRESIDENT’S BLOOD OXYGEN LEVELS DROPPED TWICE IN RECENT DAYS, DOCTORS SAYDEREK HAWKINS, FELICIA SONMEZ, SEUNG MIN KIM, HANNAH KNOWLESOCTOBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST

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