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The seven remaining contests are all viewed as safe for one party or the other, but there are a few interesting tidbits worth mentioning.
11 STATES ARE CHOOSING THEIR GOVERNOR ON TUESDAY. HERE ARE THE RACES TO WATCH.GEOFFREY SKELLEY (GEOFFREY.SKELLEY@ABC.COM)OCTOBER 31, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Without this tidbit, the investigators might have overlooked some patients, allowing the infected to unknowingly continue transmitting the disease.
MEET THE DISEASE DETECTIVES FIGHTING TO UNDERSTAND COVID-19ELEANOR CUMMINSOCTOBER 20, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Embarrassing tidbits were doled out over a period of weeks by WikiLeaks, disrupting the Clinton campaign with distracting news stories.
PENCE’S ALLEGATIONS ABOUT HILLARY CLINTON: A GUIDE FOR THE PERPLEXEDGLENN KESSLEROCTOBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
When it had finished its tidbit, the old man had also finished the packing up and putting away of his purchases.
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He leaned over her tenderly; she fluttered her wings and opened her mouth, and he dropped into it the tidbit he had brought.
A BIRD-LOVER IN THE WESTOLIVE THORNE MILLER
It stands in the same relationship as a tidbit to an animal as a beaver's tail does to a trapper.
MINK TRAPPINGA. R. (ARTHUR ROBERT) HARDING
That evening the flesh of the beavers went into the kettle, and their oily tails—the greatest tidbit of all—were fried in a pan.
UNGAVA BOBDILLON WALLACE
He was always on the watch for some extra tidbit—always rooting about to find some dainty that others had overlooked.
THE TALE OF GRUNTY PIGARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
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