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The Chollas Creek Watershed, for instance, covers a broad swath of the city’s urban core, including City Heights, southeastern San Diego neighborhoods and Barrio Logan before it dumps out into San Diego Bay.
Those numbers should continue to gradually rise as we see a swath of steady light to moderate snow settle in overhead.
Together, those two factors could make it significantly easier to quickly inoculate large swaths of the global population.
Amazon Web Services’ status page showed its service, which provides computing power to large swaths of the Internet, was experiencing an issue with an external provider.
Desmond represents large swaths of North County, including Carlsbad, Oceanside, San Marcos and Vista.
As the other poll demonstrated, Hawley is still unfamiliar to wide swaths of the electorate, meaning he has plenty of time to define himself with his other moves in the months and years to come.
Pennsylvania representative Susan Wild noted that swaths of congresspeople refused to wear a mask even when offered to them.
Republican governors in Texas and Florida have bucked the advice of public health officials to focus on essential front-line workers, instead opting to rush vaccinations to a wider swath of the elderly.
A pandemic is defined as an infectious disease outbreak that occurs over a wide swath of geography—a fitting description.
These are gaps or swaths of ground with a lower density of snow under evergreen trees.

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