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Since travel is at a standstill, my set helps me look forward to future adventures, whenever they may come.
At a time when travel has been at a standstill, these thoughtful presents bring the world to you.
36 AWESOME GIFTS FOR ADVENTURE TRAVELERSMARY TURNER AND ERIN RILEYDECEMBER 11, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Marty Lenss, director of Eastern Iowa Airport in Cedar Rapids, began working on the plan in the spring, when the spread of the virus and lockdown orders brought air travel to a near standstill.
As covid-19 brought travel and commerce to a standstill, air pollution cleared significantly enough to boost the performance of solar panels.
COVID-19’S SUNNY SIDETATE RYAN-MOSLEYOCTOBER 20, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Currently, talks for a new coronavirus stimulus bill are at a standstill.
To push the big 777x forward from a standstill into the air, Boeing needs two big engines that can create literally tons of thrust.
Buy nowSome sunglasses look fast even at a standstill, but that might not always be the look you’re going for.
Many came to a standstill, many went on pause and a wide range of B2B events went dark.
I don’t think a year ago we would have been thinking about a global pandemic that would have impacted the entire world and brought the world economy to a standstill.
The city and commercial suburb of Binondo wore their usual aspect, although trade was almost at a standstill.

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