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With the mixer running, add the sugar in a slow, steady stream, then continue to whip until medium-soft peaks form that still curl down slightly at the ends, 3 to 4 minutes.
March was steady and so was April, but by May things started to take a turn for the worse.
Rivals Bing, Yahoo, Yandex and DuckDuckGo have held steady with a small sliver of the market, according to StatCounter data.
The final component was a VR setup where the mice ran on a running wheel with their heads kept steady.
It also says they have confirmed what it describes as “a steady decline” in new coronavirus-related listings, without offering more detailed data.
The results reflected a steady trend toward a libertarian approach on “sin” issues in our area and the nation.
Instead, we need steady determination to rebuke falsehoods at every turn and drain the myth-makers of some of their effectiveness.
As coronavirus cases held steady for much of August and September, small groups of children settled successfully into some classrooms in Northern Virginia.
At the Torrey Pines Elementary School polling location on Monday, there was a steady stream of in-person voters and ballot drop-offs.
This is prompting a growing number of startups and utilities to look at this massive network of mini power plants and storage facilities as a resource to steady the grid.

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