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Ross, the UK-based physiologist, says that when you’re in tune with the physical and emotional experience of your cycle, you may be more confident in planning your training, nutrition, and recovery, which can eliminate a lot of anxiety.
Its latest project now gives anyone a chance to make quarantine tunes to vibe to—no music training necessary.
Even if she were to change her tune, it’s unclear how she would block it, says Nikos Tsafos of the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
There’s no telling what the future of the pandemic could bring, so it’s key that brands are proactive when it comes to managing their supply chain and logistics and keeping on top of their brand messaging to stay in tune with customer sentiment.
For now, I enjoyed zipping around town, savoring the sharp steering and superbly tuned suspension.
By belting out tunes, whistling and talking to one another, infected choir members may have propelled the virus into each other’s safety zones.
A fancy came into my head that I would entertain the king and queen with an English tune upon this instrument.
GULLIVER'S TRAVELSJONATHAN SWIFT
The rhythm of a simple tune plays favourably on a child's ear, enhancing life according to this great law.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
She wished that Lady Victoria had made the appointment for the library, which was equally in tune with another side of her.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
The melody or tune is played on one of the pipes furnished with holes for the purpose, while the other three give a drone, bass.

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