And once again Democrats are in a finger-pointing funk.
She writes back: 'Once a week — what would that accomplish?'
Once again the casualties are disproportionately Palestinian.
Once again, national safety is invoked to justify the roundup of whole groups of people.
Some case studies suggest people can get the virus more than once.
For once the battle is lost, once our natural splendor is destroyed, it can never be recaptured.
You can request to cancel PMI once you have 20% equity, and lenders are legally required to cancel it once you hit 22% equity.
And once this goes away, once it goes through and we’re done with it, I think you’re going to see a tremendous, a tremendous surge.”
Before reading "Broke Millennial," I didn't believe there was between making debt payments once every month or once every other week.
Once you’ve paired them once, they’ll turn on and connect automatically out of the case, and switch off for charging once you place them back in.
CEO Matthew Brittain, Stevenson said, is hopeful and wants to bring furloughed employees back once hotels reopen and guests are once again staying in the resorts.
“Once people are unemployed, once they’ve lost their jobs, once their spending has been sucked out of the economy, it takes so long to come back from that.”
Trump met with Kim Jong Un three times during his tenure: once in Singapore, once in Vietnam, and once at the Demilitarized Zone between South and North Korea.
…pendulum’s suspension is a counterclockwise rotation of the Earth once approximately every 24 hours (more precisely, once every 23 hours 56 minutes 4 seconds, the length of a sidereal day).
And for a long while, for some hours, he was haunted by the impulse to “go off somewhere at once, this moment, and fling it all away, so that it may be out of sight and done with, at once, at once!”
Once more the nation’s cities, and its affluent suburbs, are the scene of protest and looting because once again another black man has been killed by a white police officer meting out his twisted version of justice.
IT CERTAINLY is not Fleet Street, but the dictates of the market are increasingly forcing once tame and stodgy state-controlled publications in China to do something they once would never have dreamed of—appeal to their readers.
Thanks to weak governance and a culture of self-dealing, the UAE has more than its fair share of once-high-flying companies that were felled by financial scandals—among them Abraaj, once the Middle East’s top private-equity firm, and NMC Health, a company once included in the FTSE 100, Britain’s stockmarket index.
"Once these systems are in place, once things are built, once they're designed — you can't put them back in the box, and once political leaders see the utility of them and see that they can extend their power, extend their control, then of course they will continue to use them and use them in new ways," he said.
Once my hair is gone, once I can no longer taste my food, once I have passed out while shopping for a bread knife in IKEA, once the ex-lovers have all visited to make one last attempt to get me in bed, once the generous humiliations of crowdsourced charity have assured me months of organic produce, I have become a patient.
- on one occasion
Example: once I ran into her
- as soon as
Example: once we are home, we can rest
- at a previous time
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Once my hair is gone once I can no longer taste my food once I have passed out while shopping for a bread knife in IKEA once the ex-lovers have all visited to make one last attempt to get me in bed once the generous humiliations of crowdsourced charity have assured me months of organic produce I have become a patient