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Other than residents, delivery trucks and dog walkers, the streets are typically empty.
Walker’s vision was to bust up the ancient rules of marketplace commerce.
At least one electrician told investigators “they were scared to raise a good-faith challenge due to fear of retaliation,” Walker said.
Walker has been the team’s primary defender against Brandon Ingram, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Kawhi Leonard, and he’s put in time against guys like Donovan Mitchell, Damian Lillard and Ja Morant.
He called Walker to tell him to get ready to bring the Guard.
Experts also encouraged pet owners to let their dog become accustomed to a walker or neighbor before they need assistance from that person.
As expert walkers, we no longer think about how to move our body down the sidewalk.
As Walker sees it, the ultra-personal service her company offers is what keeps customers coming back to its stores — a third store will open in Calabasas, Calf.
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She was in this beautiful dress and she walked over to me without her walker and gave me a big hug.
Every month, the council gathered in the main lobby, which fit about 60 people, some of them perched on their walkers.

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