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Jones acknowledges that the company’s technology is only a stopgap solution… for now.
Washington could also pursue Ryan, a steady veteran similar to Alex Smith without the injury concerns, or Mariota, a one-season stopgap.
Complicating matters, lawmakers still have not reached an agreement on how to fund the federal agencies beyond the stopgap bill.
SENATE APPROVES ONE-WEEK SPENDING BILL TO AVERT MIDNIGHT SHUTDOWNMIKE DEBONIS, JEFF STEIN, SEUNG MIN KIMDECEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Lenders have allowed some borrowers to delay payments or use loan reserves as a stopgap.
If a stopgap funding bill isn’t passed by the end of September, the federal government will shut down.
The measure was a stopgap after Congress failed to enact another Covid-19 stimulus package.
Chris Taylor provides quality play as a stopgap at whichever position.
Yet almost all began in the living rooms of people with access to a 3D printer and the ingenuity to put together stopgap measures as existing supply lines struggled to keep up.
Only it had been planned as a short-term stopgap—one to be used only until a below-surface airlock could be constructed.
However, a stopgap was found in the person of the book-keeper, a young Englishman, who knew more of music than accounts.
A LITTLE BUSH MAIDMARY GRANT BRUCE

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