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Luckily, this has bought us some time to reconsider the right name for our unfolding epoch.
It has since evolved to focus more on specific parts of the country, unfolding policy choices like district-level movement restrictions.
Pérez’s Twenty-Five Seconds trip unfolds over 15 days from the Andes to the Galápagos Islands, and includes activities designed to spur travelers to think about where they came from and where they’re going.
They play a surprisingly important role in the unfolding story.
At a smooth, flat spot, Ingenuity will drop to the ground and unfold, then take about five flights in 30 Martian days.
The situation that has unfolded over the last few months has left marketing teams in every industry at a loss for the best way to move forward.
From the kids’ brainwaves, scientists could see the steps in reading unfold in the brain.
In the passage outside the drawing-room was Hedges, evidently waiting for his master, and with a budget to unfold.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
He lives in perpetual fear lest some mishap should unfold his weaknesses and secret faults.
LETTERS TO EUGENIAPAUL HENRI THIRY HOLBACH
Many of these insects would float on with the current, never able to unfold their soft, creamy-wings, and become easy victims.

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