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This is a credit to the hard work of our county and local elections officials who moved quickly to undertake and complete such a momentous task in a short period of time.
Then the herculean journey from warehouse freezer to rolled-up sleeve must be undertaken all over again — to deliver the second booster shot a month later.
McNab’s group is still undertaking legal action to try and undo the measure.
The commissioners are on the brink of undertaking major reforms to Maine’s public defense system.
You don’t need to convince someone you know to undertake a wild adventure—you can find someone who dreams of the same adventure, and make friends that way.
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Last month, Virginia’s Arlington Public Schools agreed to undertake a similar assessment, forming a work group that will consider whether to keep the status quo, remove SROs or implement changes to its policing program.
We know improvements to the first stage of ranking was a primary rationale for the research undertaken in “Two Stage Learning to Rank in Information Retrieval.”
The regular surveys undertaken by the government are a huge, year-long effort, with five months of intense data gathering followed by a long period of analysis.
She has been on the forefront of major cases the city attorney undertook, including a high-profile challenge to the company Instacart, which the city accuses of misclassifying its workers as independent contractors instead of employees.
Though the changes to its space started well before the pandemic, the tavern’s owners are likely especially happy they undertook them because of Covid-19.

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