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The students may not be walking a mile in one another’s shoes, but they take several major strides in them.
Like Bezos, those who know Jassy expect him to take the criticism of Amazon in stride.
If he’d have had the start he had from the pocket and didn’t have the ability to run, we would have never known the strides that he could make as a passer, just because they wouldn’t have given him that time to develop.
She seems to glide around the court with long strides but has the size to be active in the paint.
That could be why he takes it in stride, after all — because it doesn’t upset him at all.
The 23-year-old’s injury came just as he was hitting his stride in his fourth NBA season.
To be fair, the newest, fastest, coolest wireless technology made some strides last year.
Morsell has taken strides offensively in his career, but a shoulder injury before this season has affected his production.
Young’s Del Mar research, published Monday in a scientific journal, represents a stride in understanding reasons why cliffs fall.
Scientists used to assume that the decision to switch from walking to running was simply a matter of sticking with the most efficient stride.
SYNONYM OF THE DAYAPRIL 23, 2021

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