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Even in the spring, says Jeremy Kamil, a virologist at LSU Health Sciences-Shreveport and another senior author, it was clear that something was strange about Louisiana’s outbreak.
While that might sound a little strange, if your heated throw has a plug and runs on electricity—well, that’s an appliance.
This rebuttal proffers a strange theory of governance that American accounts are somehow bound by the lifetime of its generations.
After months of eating alone, it sounded strange to my ears.
It’s no longer strange to see Tom Brady in a Tampa Bay Buccaneers uniform.
It’s just a strange feeling to see your team get closer and closer to repeat the achievement.
Think about how strange it would have felt a year ago to wear a mask at the supermarket or while walking the dog.
My sims quickly became total wrecks, often exhausted from lack of sleep due to strange sounds and flickering lights, reminiscent of the terrors in “Phasmophobia.”
Science itself — with its cultural terror of appearing biased — was a strange fit.
So strange you would have a cramp after you did everything right during and after your workout, as far as recovery goes.

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