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This episode from EmTech was produced by Jennifer Strong and Emma Cillekens, with special thanks to Brian Bryson and Benji Rosen.
That’s thanks in part to the record number of non-incumbent Republican women — 15 — who’ve won House contests.
REPUBLICANS’ 2020 GAINS IN THE HOUSE SET THEM UP WELL FOR 2022GEOFFREY SKELLEY (GEOFFREY.SKELLEY@ABC.COM)NOVEMBER 12, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
That’s largely thanks to the success of deep learning over the last decade.
Just one of their wins has come against a defense in the upper half of the NFL, per Football Outsiders defensive rankings, which are adjusted for opponent, and the other time they faced one they lost thanks to the Arizona Cardinals in overtime.
As K-pop has become more and more mainstream thanks to bands like BTS and Blackpink, more people have come into contact with its terminology and been confused about what it means.
The experience of American elections has arguably become more stressful thanks to the proliferation of polls.
We would not have gotten so many cool illustrations of the Voice Poll without Adriana Heldiz, so thanks to her.
Utah made the playoffs in 20 consecutive seasons from 1984 to 2003, thanks largely to legendary coach Jerry Sloan and the Hall of Fame tandem of John Stockton and Karl Malone.
Safely turn up the oven heat to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and then enjoy a quick clean up thanks to the nonstick design.
That’s largely thanks to recovering domestic markets in places like China, where the outbreak is more or less under control.

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