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Authorities said a stray bullet struck the windshield of a vehicle parked on O Street, and another stray bullet struck the front passenger door of a vehicle that was being driven on North Capitol Street.
The show increasingly strays from the stubborn woman upon whose head the crown rests to spend time with those in turmoil as a result of its distributed weight.
Well, he vanished pre-election Simply for that stray erection!
Major network groups, such as Disney, Fox, NBCUniversal and ViacomCBS, have expanded their streaming footprints in recent years, so the money at risk of straying from their linear inventory wound up going to their streaming slots.
I mean, there are more stray dogs than owned dogs in the world.
This puts pressure on voters to submit ballots that don’t stray too far from the consensus unless they want to be publicly shamed.
Errors can creep in as qubits interact with their environment, potentially including electromagnetic fields, heat or stray atoms or molecules.
Of course, as you mentioned, much of the “debate” strayed far more into the level of vitriol and even personal threats and the like.
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? (EP. 406)STEPHEN J. DUBNERFEBRUARY 20, 2020FREAKONOMICS
The monotony of our journey was rather romantically interrupted by our straying for a short distance from the right road.
Its truths, so simple and yet so grand, were at once a guide and a reproof to keep her feet from straying from the narrow way.

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