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Barcelona is also dealing with some injuries of its own and its defense has been pretty spotty.
THE BEST ROUND OF THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE IS HERECHADWICK MATLIN (CHADWICK.MATLIN@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 12, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Service was spotty and talk times were restricted, even though most Americans nowadays can place as many calls as they want.
The sun returns tomorrow, but an active pattern persists with spotty snow and rain Monday night and Tuesday, and then another potential winter storm between late Wednesday and Friday.
In the morning, we do not expect a lot to be happening, although some spotty mixed precipitation or light snow are likely.
When fully charged and within range, audio monitors can be very reliable, especially if you have spotty WiFi in your home.
The call from state officials comes three days after K-12 teachers became eligible to be vaccinated for the coronavirus, although the rollout of the inoculation program has been spotty statewide.
There has been little in the way of instant chemistry, as Harden’s effort has been spotty and his fit with Wall has yet to develop.
After years of spotty employment, he had been hired as the junior high art teacher a couple towns over from us.
WHEN YOUR FATHER FALLS APARTEUGENE ROBINSONDECEMBER 23, 2020OZY
Support for breaking up big tech companies is also spotty throughout members of Congress.
University of Michigan epidemiologist Arnold Monto, the temporary chairman of the panel, is shoring up his spotty home WiFi.

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