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PAUSEPublic Alert: Unregistered Soliciting Entities (US SEC)
PAUSEPotomac Anacostia Ultimate Story Exchange (elementary school writing club; Washington, DC)
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There was a pause, then a cry of surprise, and then a voice shouting from the house, "Bill's dead.
Presently they came to the banks of a wide river, and without a pause the wooden steed gave one final leap and launched them all in mid-air.
After a suitable and decent pause, the principal chiefs arose, and, approaching the patriarch, they placed his hands reverently on their heads, seeming to entreat a blessing.
The eastern Ghouta residents also fear their region could meet the same fate as the eastern, rebel-held half of the city of Aleppo, where a similar Russian-ordered pause in 2016 called on residents to evacuate the area and for gunmen to lay down their arms.
The goal of this study was to assess the escape of flatfishes as a function of dredge pause duration and to estimate collateral loss of scallops through a series of test dredges.
Early pause studies in pen-and-paper writing settings mainly used video-taping or think- aloud protocols and had long pause thresholds for practical reasons.
The pause aligns with guidance from the chief of naval operations to ensure we are taking all appropriate measures to enhance Fifth Fleet's safe and effective operations.
Scheduled Pause is located under the Family WiFi settings.
New analysis of Novartis' (VTX: NOVN) Cosentyx (secukinumab) has revealed that moderate-to-severe psoriasis patients treated with the drug rapidly regain clear or almost clear skin (Psoriasis Area Severity Index, PASI 90 to 100) following relapse during a pause in treatment, the company announced on Monday.
Importantly, these seven countries are the only countries to which the pause on entry applies.
The last humanitarian pause in Aleppo was in force for 10 hours on November 4.
According to RT website, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said that the humanitarian pause in Aleppo which came into force at 8:00 am on Thursday will be extended for another 24 hours, adding that extending the pause came after the Syrian Arab Republic endorsed it.