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The third is a party whose leaders force reality onto the base, figuring out how to reclaim authority over conservative Americans and straightening out the media ecosystem that supports it.
Patients self-report their pain levels using a survey that asks about pain during various activities, such as fully straightening their knee.
Salas said it was particularly important to get all of the facts straightened out.
His initial charge was to straighten a scouting operation riddled by scandal.
I’m definitely going to vote, so I have to get it straightened out.
Then straighten your legs and slowly lower them until they’re hovering just above the floor.
Sometimes he’d help his social studies teacher, a young woman in her first year on the job, straighten up her classroom.
Sometimes they would ask patients to straighten their hair before the tests, Etienne learned.
The newsboys began to call—the young nurse woke up and began to straighten her hair.
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But, now, to straighten out this coil; to shake himself finally free of Chloe, and make Daphne happy again!
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