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That trade unwinded fast, and in spectacularly damaging fashion.
Whether they use Pinterest for work tasks, to unwind, or for shopping.
“The Otesaga is casually cozy and full of opportunities to explore the beauty of nature or relax and unwind by a warm fire,” says the hotel’s general manager, Marty Rosenthal.
The former President will likely pay the price for neglecting Georgia when the Democratic Congress begins to unwind his legacy.
This was a hell of a year, leaving many of us scrambling to unwind in one of the country’s treasured natural places.
By monitoring social engagement and search keywords, they found, readers wanted industry updates in the morning and in the evening wanted to unwind with more lifestyle items.
It also unwinds all the economic and security advantages of a global cloud.
Here are a few presents to help your favorite ball of anxiety unwind a bit.
Now state and federal regulators say the 2012 deal, along with the acquisition of Whatsapp for $19 billion in 2014, should be unwound.
As examples, Porcini points to the launch of Cheetos Mac ’n Cheese—what he calls a “celebration of comfort food”—and Driftwell, which is meant to help consumers unwind.

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