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On June 13, the Secret Service corrected its previous statement and said pepper spray had been used to clear the square.
Caputo “decided to take a leave of absence to focus on his health and the well-being of his family,” the HHS said Wednesday in a statement sent to Ars.
Diggins-Smith is at another level offensively this season, quite a statement for a four-time All-Star entering this campaign.
Jacques will remain in his role until the end of March next year, or a successor is appointed, Rio said Friday in a statement.
Yesterday, in another Google webmaster hangout with John, I asked him numerous questions around that statement and it turns out that the data and signals that make up these core updates do get updated regularly between Google core updates.
In statements to the press, THL has said that it was a challenging retail environment that brought down Art Van, and that its investors lost their money too when the company collapsed.
Before the launch, Apple’s then chief operating officer Tim Cook said in a statement that he “couldn’t wait” to get the “iPhone 3G to millions of mobile customers in India.”
Real change begins with increasing the number of people from underrepresented groups in executive positions, which both Airbnb and Facebook pledged to do in their statements.
USA Emergency Centers declined interview requests and provided a statement, saying “the allegations are false,” though it did not say which ones.
There was a great comparing of papers, and turning over of leaves, by Fogg and Perker, after this statement of profit and loss.


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