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In an attempt to curry favor with whatever power controlled the singing statue, he supposedly paid for a repair job on it.
First of all, for a subject supposedly past its prime, the first two decades of this century have been pretty successful for physics.
CONTEMPLATING THE END OF PHYSICSROBBERT DIJKGRAAFNOVEMBER 24, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
The viewership decline is supposedly in line with what the networks would expect to see in a regular year.
The 2020 NFL season, supposedly inhospitable to rookie quarterbacks with its irregular offseason and absence of preseason games as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, is staging perhaps the greatest season of rookie quarterbacking in NFL history.
Fine, he’s president-elect supposedly but the media pushes that.
GEORGIA ANNOUNCES HAND AUDITFELICIA SONMEZ, COLBY ITKOWITZ, JOHN WAGNER, DEREK HAWKINSNOVEMBER 12, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The latter narrative supposedly brings her from hideous one-night encounters to equally hideous longer relationships to a meaningful, fulfilling marriage, and motherhood.
Not until a fourth expert weighed in, though, did realization dawn that this could be a species that had supposedly vanished from the wild more than 60 years earlier.
Another, an election-security expert named Harri Hursti, tracks down supposedly unbreachable voting machines to tinker with their vulnerabilities.
These messages not only didn't tell streamers what supposedly infringing content they posted, but it also said that Twitch had simply deleted content outright without giving users a chance to appeal.
It is believed that Mahira’s relative and the “broker” received money for the deal, but in many cases of marriage trafficking, parents who supposedly “sell” their daughters ultimately fail to receive any cash, even if promised.

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