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Her legs shook and she sat on her hands to try and steady herself.
THE WOMAN PROPOSITIONED BY ALASKA’S FORMER LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR TELLS HER STORY FOR THE FIRST TIMEBY KYLE HOPKINS AND MICHELLE THERIAULT BOOTS, ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWSSEPTEMBER 10, 2020PROPUBLICA
Within these systems can be broad swaths of steady rainfall called stratiform regions, Gramling says.
That’s corroborated by data from job-search websites such as Indeed, which also shows a slowing trend of job listings after steady gains earlier in the summer.
While wearable fitness devices saw an uptick in shipments in North America for Q2, the overall dollar amount of the market remained steady, according to new numbers out of Canalys.
They can watch and tightly measure as the vortex loops merge and evolve into turbulence, analyze its steady state, subject it to various forces and tweaks to see how it responds, and then stop feeding it and study its decay.
In recent months, a primary worry has been ensuring a steady pork supply.
WHY IS CHINA CRACKING DOWN ON FOOD WASTE?DANIEL MALLOYSEPTEMBER 3, 2020OZY
At the time, Ellie Mae was making slow but steady progress attracting users.
Yet there has been slow and steady growth of voice usage on smartphones over the past decade or so since Siri’s introduction.
I’m fortunate I have the kind of job I do and my team is able to continue to have steady work in all of this but there just comes a point where the dollar amount isn’t worth the mental toll.
A lot of publications have seen their advertising revenue just tank over the course of the crisis, but people who have a subscriber base — you know, it’s much more steady as you continue to provide value.

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