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The closest thing Rutgers has to a bad loss is a stumble at Michigan State.
The metrics love Illinois, but it is a 9-5 team with a few stumbles at home.
Leaders in California and elsewhere have made similar stumbles.
EVERYONE FAILED ON COVID-19GERMAN LOPEZDECEMBER 18, 2020VOX
Naturally, Big Tech’s retrenchment has heightened the debate over whether its leaders are vastly overpriced and long overdue for a steep slide, or simply suffering a temporary stumble.
Jesse Marx and Lisa Halverstadt broke the news of Thompson’s departure and reviewed the list of stumbles that led to it.
You never know when you are going to stumble upon a jewel in the most out-of-the-way corner.
And very many of them shall stumble and fall, and shall be broken in pieces, and shall be snared, and taken.
And he shall turn his face to the empire of his own land, and he shall stumble, and fall, ans shall not be found.
I feel feverish: my feet drag heavily, and I stumble against the railing.
These four years through which I may—must stumble along with my hands tied, are a fair example.
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