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Kabocha squash and a sauce full of fragrant warming spices make this Bengali-inspired dish a great candidate for the Thanksgiving table.
Unrated during the pandemicThe platter of pork lands on the table with a sigh — mine.
The sergeant placed a gun on a table and told Nussbaum that if he ever said anything about what happened, no one would believe him.
Just thinking of eight months hunched over a laptop at the kitchen table hurts.
With a floor plan that surrounds a central Courtyard — still open, although tables and chairs have been removed, leaving only the marble benches that surround the courtyard’s planters — there are few dead ends, keeping people moving.
Before he locked up for good, Grant allowed a few passersby to take one last look at the interior, with the shelves behind the bar empty of liquor and the barstools, tables and other accoutrements removed.
With many advertisers now spending just weeks out, there are fewer long-term commitments that need to be tabled or adjusted.
Multiple small tables, therefore, are probably the safest way to go.
A version of the bill was introduced in the spring, but it was tabled after the pandemic cut short the regular session.
NEW DATA SHOWS THE USE OF SECLUSION AND RESTRAINT INCREASED IN ILLINOIS SCHOOLS DURING THE 2017–18 SCHOOL YEARBY JENNIFER SMITH RICHARDS, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, AND JODI S. COHEN, PROPUBLICANOVEMBER 17, 2020PROPUBLICA
A cute little sandy spot that features volleyball and basketball courts, a playground, and picnic tables.

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