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Then she finds out she’s pregnant, meaning that she’ll have to put aside all the rock ’n’ roll dreams she’s strived toward over the past seven seasons.
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This is just the beginning… If we could automate metabolic engineering, we could strive for more audacious goals.
You should still strive for some consistency, though, as it may be a little too hard on your body to run 1 mile one day and 10 the next, before focusing the next three days entirely on bicycle crunches.
“We are still striving for an agreement,” Pelosi said in the leadership meeting.
Though meteorologists are striving to communicate better, there are some things you can do as an individual to better prepare for a hurricane.
You can get an extremely strong core without having a six pack, and there is truly no reason to strive for one unless you want to show one off.
I always strive to set a clear vision of the end state and try to recruit others to the cause through listening, learning, and evolving the plan.
Its lead designer, Afshin Mehin, says he strived to make something “clean, modern, but still friendly-feeling” for what would be voluntary brain surgery with inevitable risks.
Maintaining a consistent Instagram presence, especially when you’re striving for maximum user engagement, can be exhausting.
It is the development of character, the triumph of intellectuality and spirituality I have striven to express.'

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