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They would likely be a borderline playoff team at best without Thompson, and they would be susceptible to another ugly losing season should Curry miss any time along the way.

Before you adopt a technology, there’s likely someone at your company whose job it is to perform the ugly, ungainly process of bringing together data and making sense of it before it can be used in marketing.

Aesthetically, The Howie Carr Show may speak to Newsmax’s biggest challenge in catching up to Fox News, which is that it’s ugly as hell.

I wouldn’t say I felt like an ugly duckling at all, but I didn’t get a ton of attention as a child or even as a teenager, honestly, until I started in the industry.

Christy Turlington, the Model ActivistEugene RobinsonNovember 11, 2020Ozy

That means bigger pixels, which typically translates into less ugly digital noise in low-light situations and, generally, less reliance on features like Night Mode.

NFL considers rewarding teams for minority hiresThe Ravens won ugly, and they needed it.

If you’re sharing your shower with any of these ugly microorganisms, get rid of them using a concentrated citric acid solution—2 ½ tablespoons per cup of water.

Alamance was also the scene of an ugly confrontation over the weekend when police officers pepper-sprayed protesters blocking traffic as part of a march to an early-vote site.

It’s Election DayTracy MoranNovember 3, 2020Ozy

The competitive races in Michigan and Texas have gotten ugly.

It would also probably be an ugly fight among Senate Republicans to pass such a large package.


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