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Shankar guided their team of five through every stage, from harvesting the stems to extracting and drying the fibers.
The confusion stems from the fact that males and females of many species systematically behave in different ways.
Much of the doubt stems from the breakneck speed at which coronavirus vaccines are being developed.
The uncertainty in our current 2020 forecast, conversely, stems mostly from the fact that there’s still a long way to go until the election.
IT’S WAY TOO SOON TO COUNT TRUMP OUTNATE SILVER (NRSILVER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)AUGUST 12, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The city attorney’s office did not appear in court and spokeswoman Hilary Nemchik told VOSD its lack of involvement stemmed from the fact that the office does not handle evidence in most MTS cases.
Some public figures have suggested that the recent surge in cases parts of the United States stems from increased testing, not an actual increase in transmission.
The differing responses stem from both the law’s focus on deadly force and MTS’s quasi-public security corps.
These workers are engaged primarily in the manufacture of cigarettes and in tobacco stemming and redrying.
Danville has the largest number of tobacco stemming and redrying workers.
A minor, indirect destruction stemming from the sudden, wholesale smashing of a city.

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