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Chromecast with Google TVWith the new $50 Chromecast, Google has taken a fresh stab at organizing the hot mess of watching TV.
Gloria said he is “rooting for Measure C” but will advocate taking another stab at funding a Convention Center expansion if the initiative dies – and perhaps add a pitch to use city hotel taxes to support parks.
Even earlier stabs might have been made in private, but “when you get an answer you can’t make sense of, you don’t publish it,” noted Aephraim Steinberg, a physicist at the University of Toronto.
“Let me take a stab at rewriting this,” Besser recalled Emanuel saying as he began scribbling on a pad.
INSIDE THE FALL OF THE CDCBY JAMES BANDLER, PATRICIA CALLAHAN, SEBASTIAN ROTELLA AND KIRSTEN BERGOCTOBER 15, 2020PROPUBLICA
Her sister, Diana Jiménez López, on Tuesday told the Washington Blade during a telephone interview from California that Huerta had stab wounds throughout her body.
The Esperanza was still smothered, and a stab of pity went through Joe's heart as he saw his shipmate wallowing.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
Her cries attracted her attendants, and Murray was ordered by the indignant queen to stab the young madman dead then and there.
And because Bud had a sore spot in his own heart, Bud felt a quick stab of understanding and sympathy.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
Seven or eight days ago, a man having received behind the Arsenal a stab with a knife, I sewed up the wound, and cured him.
CHICOT THE JESTERALEXANDRE DUMAS, PERE
There were so many things to remind him of her—a sudden memory would catch him unawares, and stab him like a knife.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR

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