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Shultz emerged unscathed from the Watergate scandal that enveloped the administration near the end of his tenure.
I threw them on the ground and stepped on them while wearing hiking boots, and they always emerged unscathed.
Meanwhile, Warnock made it through the November election relatively unscathed, since he had emerged as the clear Democratic front-runner by mid-September while Loeffler and Collins were training their fire on one another.
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If there’s any danger of the headphones falling into or becoming submerged in water, you’ll have to select a pair that uses at least IPx7-level resistance to ensure that they escape unscathed.
So an iPhone 8 can theoretically stay a meter underwater for half an hour and emerge unscathed, but only if the water is entirely still and pure, like in a laboratory setting.
Analysts say Apple is probably going to get through this unscathed for a handful of reasons.
Notably, though, despite this accelerated timeline, Barrett emerged relatively unscathed from her confirmation hearings.
The news from Lebanon was that our family emerged unscathed from Israel’s initial bombardments.
While the coronavirus pandemic has ravaged much of the world economy—forcing mass layoffs, government bailouts, and a wave of bankruptcies and business closures—most venture capital-backed startups have skated by entirely unscathed.
It’s a similarly story at Jellyfish where the company’s revenue targets for the full year remain relatively unscathed.

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