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She was accepted at Spelman College, got back on track, and ended up enrolling at Cal Poly Pomona.
Potts, who had been training for an Ironman triathlon, remembers keeping track of the time on her heart monitor watch.
THE WOMAN PROPOSITIONED BY ALASKA’S FORMER LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR TELLS HER STORY FOR THE FIRST TIMEBY KYLE HOPKINS AND MICHELLE THERIAULT BOOTS, ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWSSEPTEMBER 10, 2020PROPUBLICA
Clicks, ecommerce transactions, or goals are the way businesses keep track of them.
The digital yuan is on track to be the world’s first sovereign digital currency and is currently in pilot mode with four state-owned commercial banks.
San Diego Unified’s decision-making and the metrics the district tracks can have a huge ripple effect.
Quantum communication promises to stop hackers in their tracks.
While the share of Republicans saying, specifically, that the country is on the “wrong track” is generally lower than it is in the Gallup satisfaction survey, the numbers here are striking as well.
I’m still in the process of parsing out the data and testing different adjustments to get back on track.
It also has a track record of vaccine winners, including an immunization for a seasonal influenza, one for chickenpox, and one for rabies.
Media companies that do not have a deep track record in covering racial justice or public health have had to rely instead on other ways to start conversations with advertisers.

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