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In 2017, the law was amended to specify that it allowed “the temporary suspension of telecom services.”
Barcelona won’t have Arturo Vidal or Sergio Busquets due to suspension, and I think Ousmane Dembélé may still be recovering from injury.
She pointed to several reasons the suspensions may be happening.
Several parents spoke of kindergarten suspensions that stuck with their children for years.
Then the scientists directed short pulses of low-intensity ultrasound at this suspension.
Chyloid exudates are milky chiefly from proteids in suspension, or fine dbris from broken-down cells.
On leaving Conway we crossed the suspension bridge, paying a goodly toll for the privilege.
In 1850 a suspension bridge at Angers gave way when 487 soldiers were marching over it, and 226 were killed.
In the suspension bridge iron or steel can be used in its strongest form, namely hard-drawn wire.
Some suspension bridges have broken down in consequence of the oscillations produced by bodies of men marching in step.

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