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The Danish government may have an aggressive timeline, but it has released few details of its plans.
In addition to health and safety considerations, Ignatius noted that one major factor that will determine the timeline for expanded in-office availability will be schools.
Alexandria City Public Schools this week joined a flood of Northern Virginia school systems in setting firm timelines for reopening classrooms, vowing to welcome all students back for in-person learning by mid-March.
The district previously planned to welcome back young children and students with disabilities in late January, but the timeline was extended after labor negotiations failed.
The timeline approved by the Loudoun County School Board — on a vote of 8 to 1 — is less detailed and moves a little faster.
Adobe announced a timeline for the final death of Flash more than three years ago, with the elderly plugin slated to leave support in December 2020 and be actively blocked from functioning as of January 12, 2021.
Building in the virtual world comes with a tighter and closer production timeline, according to Nitti.
It’s a high-stakes process, and despite the logistical challenges that affected the quality of Reynolds’s and her peers’ application — such as late test scores and a shortened residency interview timeline — there is no option to try again next year.
The mutations have complicated and likely extended the timeline for crushing the pandemic.
Mega-constellations will be put on a flexible timeline, only being granted use of the frequencies they need at the time.

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