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

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Among the less worried group, 75 percent plan to vote on Election Day.
One ostensible solution is to give him the ball and let him operate with space, but the Thunder and Lakers have so far been more worried about giving up an open three than letting Westbrook go one-on-one.
They do say it’ll ship on November 13th with an MSRP of $50… but beyond that, if you’re worried about getting one of these, you’ll want to keep an eye out for more details.
The move seems like a straightforward win for privacy, but some developers and advertisers have been pretty worried — Facebook, for example, predicted that this could render its Audience Network ad network completely ineffective.
Daniels wrote that she was worried about being made a scapegoat.
In the onslaught of pandemic-related retail bankruptcies, Levi Strauss CEO Chip Bergh isn’t too worried.
I’m increasingly worried about the mental health of the workforce, and that includes chief executives.
To my surprise, Yves didn’t seem worried or disappointed at all.
Some parents are now worried that having their attention divided between their child’s schooling and work duties will be seen as a liability.
Advertisers are now also worried about the reputational risk associated with the platform as consumers worry about data privacy, according to media buyers.

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