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“From everything I’ve seen so far, and from the people who have reached out to me, yes, I’m positive that was Clint,” said the former coach, Jason Strunk, when reached by telephone Monday.
One allowed access to a telephone used for checking in and non-emergency communication with headquarters.
However, during a telephone conversation, the agency refused to confirm the mission took place in Mexico—citing the protection of “sources and methods.”
Just as a century ago we embraced the telephone, we embraced Facebook.
Feliciano said in a brief telephone interview Thursday evening.
This has always worked well for me in person and on the telephone.
MISS MANNERS: SKIP THE ‘YOU’RE WELCOME’ EMAILJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINJANUARY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
“The US market is really the market that knows how to price future growth,” he said in a telephone interview.
He did not return phone messages or emails seeking comment Monday, and his telephone was no longer accepting messages on Tuesday.
The government’s decision to leave 64 states and other jurisdictions to devise individual plans spawned duplicative meetings, emails and telephone calls as local officials strained to share advice about common logistical challenges.
VACCINES WERE A CHANCE TO REDEEM FAILURES IN THE U.S. CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE. WHAT WENT WRONG?LENA H. SUN, ISAAC STANLEY-BECKER, FRANCES STEAD SELLERS, LAURIE MCGINLEY, AMY GOLDSTEIN, CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND, CAROLYN Y. JOHNSONJANUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
I am mentioning this because I heard the routine on the telephone while on hold for a utility company.

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