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The company has applied for a grant alongside several universities to work on a commercial application for stroke rehabilitation, and believes that its tech can be used to help with cerebral palsy rehabilitation.
Bryson hasn’t only made gains off the tee Average total true strokes gained per round, plus true strokes gained off the tee and putting, for Bryson DeChambeau by season of the PGA Tour Avg.
Like arm strokes in a pool, they pull you under, then forward, then up.
On the call, Lynch described her task in the broadest of strokes, “a mission to reshape healthcare as we know it by addressing every meaningful moment of health in a person’s life.”
He uses a serrated knife, makes long strokes, and cuts one-third-inch slices longways from the lean side.
More than that, the decision by Pushkin Industries — a young audio production company founded by author Malcolm Gladwell and editor Jacob Weisberg — to make Fauci the subject of its first audiobook was a genius stroke of timing.
Nobody wrote songs like Shaver, who died Wednesday of a stroke at 81.
They talk about doing it in broad brush strokes but there are serious implications to consider when hundreds of millions of dollars are moved from one media owner to another.
The big brush strokes that reimagine our world are painted with laser light, the scanning beams of helpful robots and automated vehicles feeling their way across the urban landscape.
The mid option, which would seem to make sense, ends up leaving us both meh, but trying to measure out the exact depth of the stroke seems stupid.
THE LONG AND SHORT OF PENIS POLITICSEUGENE ROBINSONOCTOBER 19, 2020OZY

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