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Our summers are longer which means that conditions are hotter, they’re drier, and that makes us more susceptible to wildfires.
Nikola did not address Fortune’s questions about Hindenburg’s specific claims, including questions about whether the truck shown in the 2018 video was moving under its own power, or who Nikola’s battery development partners were by summer 2020.
Labor Day weekend, the last official weekend of summer, isn’t typically the biggest movie weekend of the year.
U-pick typically accounts for 60 percent of business for the 28-year-old farm, and the summer high season has been going well.
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In the summer of 2019, suppliers were preparing to make components for as many as 75 million handsets.
In the summer of 2018, Facebook expanded Watch by giving creators the opportunity to apply for Watch pages, before reversing course ten months later by phasing out Watch pages altogether.
This organization runs a series of team-based matches every summer.
Time is a flat circle, and now it’s the drink of summer 2020 too.
Miyashiro’s program technically started out as a form of school, which he was calling summer enrichment.
It could be seen as the crowning moment of a very good summer for Elon Musk’s rocket company.

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