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They prefer to stretch out pitchers when they can but could also see Fuentes in a future bullpen.
The final stretch to the summit might be a bit easier these days, says Athans, while the bottom half of the mountain could become trickier to navigate.
Nobody looks sexy in a helmet, and stretch pants are long gone, but at least there’s trash-talking.
The colugo spun around, stretched her legs and tail, and glided like a magic carpet across the road to another tree trunk.
The 33-year-old point guard struggled in his first season with the Jazz, missing a long stretch due to a hamstring injury and seeing his scoring and shooting efficiency tumble.
The company is ramping up and fine-tuning its production lines, a process that may stretch into next year.
Already comfortable shooting from midrange, it’s conceivable that he develops into a stretch five who is capable of being a three-point threat.
Just a decade ago, mind-controlled robotics were considered a blue sky, stretch-goal neurotechnological fantasy.
It was not a stretch to call her the most powerful Democrat in local politics.
Recently in Nature Neuroscience, a trio of researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel presented some important new insights into what stretches and compresses our experience of time.

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