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If primary producers captured one percent of the incipient solar energy, then those were the chips on the table to get passed around.
We don’t actually come together at the same table until the script is complete.
Net-neutrality advocates took that as a victory, but it is only now that the CJEU has confirmed that zero rating is off the table.
I think we have a resolution that will allow us to process next week and put protein on America’s table.
Our tables ended up being next to each other’s, so we kept talking.
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Sitting close together at a table also makes it pretty difficult to stay six feet apart.
The big question to ask is, “What are the skill sets you need to have around the table,” she says.
We picked a table in an outside corner, far away from the dozen other patrons, and started to look over the menu on our phones.
The city’s decision to stop paying the rent will likely force Cisterra back to the table in some way.
We spent around an hour or two doing “deep cleaning”—cleaning each tray table, window, wall, and armrest, and securing all compartments in the cabin.

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