Thesaurus / voidness
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Morgan Moses, the team’s starting right tackle who took over at left tackle Sunday after Lucas went down, could be asked to fill the void there for the foreseeable future.
That void has since been filled with dozens of specialized search engines, platforms that mostly benefit small to mid-sized businesses.
So in the early 2000s, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers started moving linebacker Derrick Brooks into the void.
The school had voided “more than 500” tickets, Swarbrick told Hansen, for students in quarantine or isolation, or who failed to appear for testing.
Fortunately, our family has at least had miles and miles of hikes to fill some of that void on both fronts.
If you’ve run through every home renovation show on Netflix, this book will fill the same void — while being far more edifying and inspiring.
They weren’t just reaching across the void, trying to pinpoint impossibly slippery things.
He instead sought to improve by watching those players who helped fill his void on the field.
Piper said there is no formal way to do so, but voters who want to vote in person should bring their mail ballot with them to the polls, allowing officials there to void it.
The virus hung in the air, but so did a family’s shared love, and that love overcame the masks and social distance to speak loudly into the void.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.