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Less expensive vests will be strictly for layering with other clothes.
While NBA players aren’t required to wear masks while playing, the league’s tightened health protocols require players to wear masks while on the bench and to strictly limit their interactions with the general public while at home and on road trips.
My relationship with her is strictly platonic, so I'm thinking yellow roses would be appropriate.
MISS MANNERS: MOM’S ONLINE RANTS SHOW HER NOT-SO-LOVING SIDEJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Though the data-sharing does not appear to directly violate SB 54, a state law strictly limiting local police interactions with federal immigration authorities, activists believe it violates the spirit of the measure.
Imaginary companions, as scholars call them, are quite common, and aren’t strictly associated with childhood.
He insisted the shots administered by MorseLife were not strictly for the long-term-care facility’s residents, but for any older residents of West Palm Beach.
That much is true, it should be said, even if you aren’t, strictly speaking, doing it yourself.
Here, we strictly grow red potatoes, mostly for the East Coast and Florida restaurant markets.
Some knitters have pivoted to selling products online — from strictly traditional designs to those with contemporary twists, but all deeply rooted in place.
Because we focus strictly on online advertising, we had more business come through as people shifted from offline to online.

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