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All-star voting is up 70 percent compared with 2020, according to people with knowledge of the situation, but that rush of fan voting hasn’t produced any wonky results.
You don’t have to worry about pairing and wonky Bluetooth connections.
Schedules in the traditional sense are increasingly a thing of the past and are instead often dictated by algorithms, which can result in wonky hours, with employees sometimes given two hours of work one day and eight the next.
The cookies didn’t come out perfectly round, which made for a few wonky sandwiches, with caramel spilling out from the sides.
For example, some of these might sound pretty good but the battery-life might be lacking or the fit might be super comfortable but other smart features like touch-control could be wonky.
While a wonky topic, the announcement could spur traditional TV advertising to become more targeted like streaming.
GW Orionis, as the wonky system is known, consists of two stars locked in a close do-si-do that are orbited by a third star farther out at a distance of eight times that of Earth to the sun.
And, if your Facebook results in July looked wonky, Limited Data Use might be to blame.
He straightened his back more, making it pop and gave her his devilish grin, the one where his wonky eyebrow went up and down.
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