Some goodish news on AIDS.
I placed my palms against the main-mast, which was of a goodish bigness, and waited, every nerve upon the stretch.
Most Americans become parents only after having been fully grown for a goodish while, which means that we share an experience—a set piece in every parenting memoir—that can feel as if it binds us to one another and alienates us from everyone else, the experience of crossing a great divide between Life Before Children and Life, the Much Sloppier, Sweeter, and More Ridiculous 3-D Sequel.
A statement from the White House listed 33 names of the great-and-goodish behind Mr Milken’s appeal.
Mr Rutelli, the opposition's failed prime-ministerial candidate in May, had previously been a goodish mayor of Rome.
But perhaps not—and even a goodish result for Mr Lavin (over 35% of the vote) would point to a deeper lesson for Chile's right.
Its economy is growing at a steady pace (about 3% next year is the latest guess) with a goodish spread of high-tech and service industries, especially in media and telecoms.
He has stayed chummy with President Donald Trump, yet he is also, remarkably, on goodish terms with Xi Jinping, China’s president, who had been due to visit Japan in April until covid-19 intervened.
The white rock, visible enough above the brush, was still some eighth of a mile further down the spit, and it took me a goodish while to get up with it, crawling, often on all fours, among the scrub.
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