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Continue this new tradition of leisurely strolls filled with sniffing, socializing, and observing as life picks up again.
Although in-person challenges weren’t possible this year, Kellermann and Ferrara kept the tradition alive with a series of virtual challenges.
VIRTUAL TECH CHALLENGETATE RYAN-MOSLEYAUGUST 19, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
People are also finding new ways to experience old traditions.
We begin, in fine Hot Takedown tradition, by talking about something that happened shortly after we recorded this week’s episode.
THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL LAYOFFSARAH SHACHATAUGUST 11, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
There, he was further immersed in a storytelling tradition that set him up for a lifetime of bringing stories to life.
Today there are communities of people with Nigerian ancestry mostly in Brazil, Cuba, and Jamaica who have retained some some of their ancestral beliefs and traditions.
It involved a turning away from tradition and an embrace of the wrongheaded idea that there was nothing world-shatteringly special about American democracy or its traditional ways of dealing with gender, sex, and love.
Vijaya, as cannabis is known in the ancient Hindu Vedas, is part of the country’s mythology, history, and festive traditions.
Another longstanding tradition is to sear a steak in a pan, then finish it in a hot oven.
The 12-step programs — there’s a lot of tradition and stuff like that.
SYNONYM OF THE DAYAPRIL 23, 2021

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