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Still, all of the company’s customers and others using this pricing mechanism were subject to such volatility.
After I folded the Duo, sometimes I ended up with the camera facing toward me, not my subject, and the Duo remained in selfie mode.
How and when that collapse might occur is the subject of a five-year international collaborative research effort.
Kelvin Barrios could be the subject of yet another San Diego ethics violation.
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To get around this issue, the Valencia researchers brought all their subjects in for a VO2-max test prior to the marathon.
They set targets for how much content on a diverse subject they want to do, how much readership they want to drive “and really work at it,” he said.
Kelvin Barrios, a City Council candidate and the subject of a criminal investigation by the San Diego district attorney’s office, failed to disclose at least $10,000 worth of income while he worked at City Hall.
People in such communities are subject to anti-mask standards, even as their larger society’s standards require masks.
Outdated neural hardware left behind in people’s bodies is a real problem already encountered by research subjects.

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