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Depending on how long it’s been on your face, you may crave a “mask break” and be tempted to take it off.
Ideally, your mask should fit comfortably enough that you aren’t tempted to fidget with it and snugly enough that it stays in place for long periods of time.
The Chiefs might be tempted to use some two-tight-end formations to give Mahomes more time to throw.
Considering that outgoing Lions general manager Bob Quinn had dealt away the team’s sixth- and seventh-round picks, more help this year had to have been tempting.
The Ward message was a warning for any of the Republicans in the Senate who may be tempted to follow suit in the upcoming trial.
With so many channels, competing internal interests and shared budgets, a shifting landscape, and ever-increasing goals, it’s understandable that you’d be tempted to apply the logic of a channel you know to one that you don’t know.
Trading around 31% below its 52-week high, investors may be tempted to take a leap of faith.
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My gut tells me this is just an effort to preserve the comfortable life we have together, but I am tempted to accept it, because eight years feels like so many sunk costs.
You might be tempted to try, for example, the first letters of the Great Lakes.
For that reason, some digital marketers might be tempted to put them to one side and hope for the best.

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