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They have placed the work in a way that allows visitors to steep themselves in the outdoors and to respond, without feeling herded or driven, to the moods of forest and hill, snow and sunlight.
The angle on the way down is so steep, you brace yourself on the seat in front of you as if you’re doing a push-up.
The Rafferty Lift takes me to the resort’s main intermediate area, but the runs back to the bottom are steeper than any advanced run I’ve seen before.
Once you reach adulthood, you typically start losing about one percent of your strength per year, with a steeper decline in your 60s and beyond.
She pushed Nicholas Gross to set steep goals, but she also encouraged him to prioritize others before himself.
Washington could trade up, but the cost of doing so has typically been steep — and steeper the higher a team tries to climb.
Peterson thinks she knows some of the reasons for the steep drop in academic performance.
A STEADY STREAM OF LATINO STUDENTS WAS ARRIVING ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES. THEN THE PANDEMIC HIT.DANIELLE DOUGLAS-GABRIEL, HANNAH NATANSON, JOHN D. HARDENJANUARY 31, 2021WASHINGTON POST
After an initial steep drop, sharks in the Pacific Ocean have declined at a slower rate since 1990.
Anytime the primary low tracks as far north as Kentucky or Indiana, we have a steep hill to climb to garner significant snowfall.
That's $90 off the device's usual street price and the steepest discount we've tracked to date.

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