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I don’t want my children being unmasked inside the school building with so many people, so I’m bringing them home for lunch when they are unable to eat outside — on two different lunch hours, naturally.
We investigate, sometimes close the school for a day and find, say, two people who were unmasked for a lengthy period of time together.
A few months ago someone released a GPT-3-powered bot on Reddit, where it posted hundreds of comments and interacted with dozens of users over several days before it was unmasked.
“If passengers unmask to eat and drink in crowded areas, virus-emission rates could increase,” researchers said.
It seems that if kids are unmasked inside for hours on end in daycare, doing a few hours together on the weekend wouldn’t add any risk.
Our kids are under five, so both are unmasked inside with other kids per state policy.
On the contrary, they will expose his true character and unmask his deception to the poor dupes whom he is cajoling and deluding.
"And if no one assists me, I will unmask the scoundrel myself," declared Rozaine.
She hoped to detect a movement of the medium's arm, and to unmask her, in spite of the courtesy she owed her as her hostess.
MYSTERIOUS PSYCHIC FORCESCAMILLE FLAMMARION
For a moment David had, as on the night Allen had forced him to unmask, a glimpse of the inside of a cell.
TO HIM THAT HATHLEROY SCOTT

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