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He isn’t surprised that, once unleashed, Vandersloot’s play was historic.
In the early-morning hours of Sunday, August 16, a thunderstorm unleashed more than 12,000 dry lightning strikes across central and Northern California.
Wall Street clawed back the last of the historic, frenzied losses unleashed by the new coronavirus, as the S&P 500 closed at an all-time high Tuesday.
It was about unleashing human beings’ potential from the roles that society had fashioned, seeing each person as a parcel of possibilities that might get expressed in many creative ways.
This “double-arc instability” leads to more magnetic reconnection, and the m-shaped loop expands, unleashing energy.
This week, VOSD reporters unleashed three stories that told different angles of the same story.
Analysts unleash computer software to “watch” lots of videos.
Once you’ve unleashed that first solution, that first problem-solving, it just cascades from there.
HONEY, I GREW THE ECONOMY (EP. 399)STEPHEN J. DUBNERDECEMBER 5, 2019FREAKONOMICS
Unleash your dogs of war and make these hounds of convict stripe pay penalty for the great injury done.
It is easy to unleash such a tempest of fire, but once started it is beyond all human control.

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