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They underscore the senator’s central thesis that any moves to untangle US-China economic ties must feature corresponding actions to mitigate the resulting disruption.
Beane then began to untangle the team’s salary cap issues and, in conjunction with McDermott, revamp the roster.
Of course, there are two other factors here that are a bit harder to untangle.
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Next the Nationals have to untangle the rest of their affiliates.
Since taste works similarly in mice and humans, Medler says, untangling how such cells work may someday help scientists bring the flavor back for people who have lost the sense of taste.
He gets out and does things while these fatheads stay in quarters and untangle red tape.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Your philosophy may be a trifle mixed, but it will untangle itself later on.
Ethnology is not yet entirely able to untangle the complicated problems connected with these racial fusions.
I was going to say, I'm turning it over to the government to untangle, even while making use of the inventories of radioactives.
MEDAL OF HONORDALLAS MCCORD REYNOLDS
Shag is an early riser, said Peg, trying to untangle herself from the things that held her on the rim of a cot.

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