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That's due to a winning script by co-creators Ed Solomon and Chris Matheson and the skillful direction of Dean Parisot of Galaxy Quest fame.
Even before the earnings call, Salesforce has been on a winning streak.
The Democrat known for presiding over the creation of the Federal Reserve and the winning of WWI was also the first to attempt to disenfranchise voters via the mail, though he never sought to wield it as a tool for reelection.
One fantasy-baseball study showed that more than 90 percent of the winnings went to just over 1 percent of the players.
San Diego’s consultant and Council members said they’re determined to make shareholders, not the public, pay for whatever the city gets from the winning bidder.
Just like that, one of the best hitters of his era — and one of the winningest players as well — was unceremoniously knocked out of consideration for the game’s top honor.
BERNIE WILLIAMS DESERVES MORE CREDIT FOR MAKING THE YANKEES A DYNASTYNEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)JULY 14, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
He put out his hand in the most cordial and friendly way, and greeted me with the most winning smile in the world.
On several occasions I have been engaged in proceedings before them, and not always on the winning side.
He laughed at her, and told her that he had abandoned the modern method of winning a mate, and gone back to the primitive mode.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
But you have given me such a fine idea for winning the prize Momsy and the other ladies are offering.

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