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Your credentials will follow you across multiple platforms, devices, and browsers—whenever you need to log in, the password manager should spring into life.
New Mexico Health Connections’ decision to close at year’s end will leave just three of the 23 nonprofit health insurance co-ops that sprung from the Affordable Care Act.
Naturally, Airbnb was among the first names to spring to mind.
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We had planned a July 7 start, so a lot of the spring was just kind of watching and waiting.
Most of the area’s rainfall occurs in winter and spring, so those oxygen isotopes are indicative of conditions between February and May, rather than summer.
Some very nice names have sprung up with no clear first use, like “pair of pants” and the Hairy Ball Theorem.
Overall, we have seen a huge shift from spring couples who all postponed completely to a renewed sense of willingness to get married in some way.
I raise this now because there’s a similar Internet goliath that has suddenly sprung up in India that absolutely bears watching.
In short, designer brands are sitting on piles of unsold spring and summer inventory.
Geysers are underground springs found near active volcanoes.

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