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For months before the pandemic struck, I was commuting to work by foot.
One officer then discharged his service weapon, striking Chavez, who fell to the ground.
After I spoke with Foxworth, the New York City teachers union decided to not strike, after the city agreed to delay in-person learning by 11 days.
The last thing the Bucks can afford to do now is strike out looking.
THE BUCKS PLAYED IT SAFE AND MADE THE WRONG KIND OF HISTORYCHRIS HERRING (CHRIS.HERRING@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)SEPTEMBER 9, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
In 2017, when Hurricane Maria struck, his nonprofit organization Waves for Water went to work.
In October 2019, a state court determined that North Carolina’s congressional districts had been severely gerrymandered and struck down the state’s map.
A Tallahassee Police Department press release notes McDade “made a move consistent with using the firearm against the officer, who fired their handgun, fatally striking” him.
Last month, just hours after businesses in downtown Chicago were struck by looters, former judge Pat O’Brien told a local TV interviewer that Cook County’s top prosecutor was to blame.
All of the blade steels are competing to strike an ideal balance between edge retention and ease of sharpening.
Amazon, Google and Roku have struck similar deals with smart TV makers, which provides a way for the companies to acquire users of their CTV platforms — But this market is becoming pretty crowded.

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