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Northeast Harbor and Southwest Harbor both have boat ramps at the sound’s mouth, but time your trip carefully—an outgoing tide will test your strength.
This is an effort to stem the tide of covid-related illness and death that has swept through nursing homes and assisted-living facilities — 37 percent of all covid-19 deaths as of mid-January.
With the tide rising toward stakeholder capitalism, it’s time to leverage tools of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to make intersectional gender equity a reality, to make stakeholder capitalism a reality, and to catapult our economic recovery.
“They’re moving slowly in terms of their merger and haven’t had a clear story, but the tides seem to be changing,” said the second agency executive.
It all adds up to an anti-globalization tide the world over.
HEY JOE: WELCOME TO THE NEW WORLD ORDERDANIEL MALLOYJANUARY 3, 2021OZY
Creator Craig Hockenberry explains the app is something he largely built for himself, an ocean swimmer often in need of information about the tides, wave heights, water temperature, wind speed, air temperature, forecasts and more.
Like her, hundreds of other locals were out and about that day, busy taking photos of the water and linking them to GPS markers during the year’s highest astronomical tide, known as the “king tide.”
Banks can help solve this problem by making short-term loans at reasonable interest rates to tide people over until the federal relief arrives.
Patients have not always been interested in adopting telehealth, but the tide has turned – and Google knows this.
Before Election Day, Democrats were hopeful that strong candidates like Steve Bullock, Jaime Harrison and Barbara Bollier could swim against the partisan tide and pull out wins in Montana, South Carolina and Kansas, respectively.
THERE WASN’T THAT MUCH SPLIT-TICKET VOTING IN 2020NATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)DECEMBER 2, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT

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