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After the July sessions wrapped, coaches continued meeting with smaller groups of students from the cheer team at private gyms for extra compensation.
None of this data is original — it’s all public — but putting these charts in one place can help us wrap our minds around the many different ways that questions about responsibility for climate change can be phrased.
The extent of the program had remained under wraps until early September, when new information revealed that participation had not been as limited as the government initially suggested.
A 4-0 thrashing of Leicester City at King Power stadium on Boxing Day all but wrapped it up for the Reds, who dropped only 2 points in their first 27 games in 2019-20.
Walker is nimble, perceptive and skilled enough to punish defenses in too many ways for them to wrap their arms around.
The team behind that telescope wrapped up its primary mission, a two year-long survey, this summer after finding 66 new exoplanets and 2,100 candidate exoplanets.
By 1935 she had wrapped these thoughts into a new book she called Sex and Temperament.
In a holographic universe, the interferometer sits in higher-dimensional space-time, which is closely wrapped in a lower-dimensional quantum surface.
I will be in there to help wrap it up and fulfill their will.
So we were basically wrapping all these services around an individual child in a family home.

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