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The argument for defunding, however, is fairly straightforward.
Keep your filenames descriptive and straightforward and you’ll be ahead of the game.
Recruiting a new developer with the brief “can be based anywhere” seemed like a straightforward role to fill for marketing industry specialist Sphere Digital Recruitment.
Because I couldn’t remember anything about the time before the accident, it seemed like the most straightforward answer.
Talk show host Wendy Williams is known for her straightforward and unfiltered nature, especially when it comes to interviewing celebrity guests.
Dry cleaning seems like a straightforward enough business to operate, and it can be.
The recipe is simple, straightforward, and fast, the beef mixture made more robust with chopped potato.
Although they’re fairly straightforward, there are several variables to keep in mind when evaluating a touch screen.
It’s not a straightforward standard, and it had confused local officials, but it’s now fairly simple.
Most workers don’t have straightforward access to union representation.

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