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Still, some parents wondered what they were sending their kids to and worried not attending could cost their kid a spot on the school’s team.
On Monday it was announced that a peculiar gas called phosphine had been spotted in the clouds above Venus.
Spotting such marvels requires finding just the right wild spot.
Hurricanes that inch along can actually bring more destruction as they hover over an area, dumping immense amounts of water in one spot.
Given the way the two companies have cared for their people and the wider community, it’s no wonder that both Stryker and Arthrex earned spots on the 2020 list of the Best Workplaces in Manufacturing & Production.
Zocdoc, the healthcare marketplace, recently rolled out its first national television spot.
She let him go, he said, but the officers spotted him and took him to jail.
A hike led by Great Canadian Trails will have you spotting grizzlies and caribou while trekking below peaks like 7,000-foot Mount Monolith.
Take Tomi Lahren, the pot-stirring TV personality who worked her way up from One America News to Glenn Beck’s The Blaze to her regular spot on Fox News.
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That’s because passing airline pilots spotted you, and now it’s this whole thing with the FBI and the Federal Aviation Administration, both of which are investigating.

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