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That his extracurricular activity as a vaccine appointment coordinator was going on during school hours came as a surprise to his mother.
By the end, their perception of cold had lessened—no surprise to anyone who has noticed how the same temperature that felt miserably cold for a run in November can feel delightfully warm in March.
No surprise here, since the latter was loosely based on our minds.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise as more consumers expecting their favorite brands’ values to align with their own.
Among the many surprises of the past year, it turns out that one tiny squirrel can provide tremendous solace.
So it was a surprise to see that Shift4Shop — a platform for building e-commerce stores — was planning to help people make that dream come true.
Never dry, informative, and affecting, Gunderson’s play is filled with surprises and meaningful moments.
In some sense today’s report is not a surprise because we know that the virus is in the driver’s seat.
Much to their surprise, the thousands who answered his call were met by virtually no counterdemonstrators.
None of this will come as a surprise to anyone with a casual awareness of the influencer economy.

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