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For starters, the filter and the question of how effective it might potentially be for both the wearer and the people around them.
The final starter, Betnijah Laney, has only improved since we featured her as a breakout star.
For starters, several experts told us, women were increasingly likely to join the workforce, particularly in public sector jobs like teaching, which may have reinforced their support for a robust government safety net.
Without southpaws’ hidden advantage, about two out of three left-handed starters would likely be toiling in the bullpen, or in the minor leagues.
He started five games as the team’s first-ever walk-on true freshman starter, but then an injury knocked him out of the lineup.
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They are arguably the A’s most talented young collection of starters since Zito, Mark Mulder and Tim Hudson.
Forward Rachel Daly said the semifinal win was proof of how much the team believes in itself, including the starters, bench and staff.
The AI uses those words to find associated images and generate various starter designs, which then go through another series of algorithms that “touch them up.”
For starters, the entire purchase, sizing, and customization process for the prosthetic can be done remotely.
"Kick a few uh his ribs out uh place for a starter," Piegan coolly advised.
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