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While the pandemic delivery story is undoubtedly one of rising tides lifting all boats, DoorDash’s boat has managed to rise higher than its competitors, taking about 49% of the market share by September 2020 compared to around 34% a year earlier.
While recent ivory bans might be turning the tide—there are now over 80 elephants in the park—recovery takes time, especially among animals as intelligent and long-lived as elephants.
Despite such a grave outlook, experts say it’s still not too late to turn the tide.
They showed up with instructions tailored to whatever way the tide was shifting.
Others, such as Germany, are hoping a lighter touch can still turn the tide.
Democrats also have a respectable 23 in 100 chance in Alaska and a 20 in 100 chance in Kansas, where their candidates have strong independent identities that could help them swim against the partisan tide in these fairly red states.
FINAL FORECAST: DEMOCRATS HAVE A 3-IN-4 CHANCE OF FLIPPING THE SENATENATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)NOVEMBER 3, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Vanishing jobs, disintegrating families and other social stressors had unleashed a rising tide of fatal despair, Case and Deaton concluded.
The late Christopher Hitchens had Cohen’s number 14 years ago, pushing back against the tide by noting that the humor in “Borat” really works only because Americans are so conscientious about trying to accept those who are different.
This thingamajig was then buried in a chest on an island that would appear and disappear with alternating tides.
For fans of the last two “Watch Dogs” games, that’s likely more than enough to tide them over.

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