Was he taking a photo of me?
What is the thing that I am taking then?
Deep breaths – don’t underestimate the power of taking a deep breath.
"But still, taking a picture of yourself while driving irrespective of that statute," Distasio said.
We are not taking anybody in, those days are over.
For Olugbade, taking pictures during a pandemic is not too difficult.
Actors playing Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner appear, also taking briefcases from Agalarov.
The clarification also includes language that lets airlines know DOT is taking these complaints seriously.
Such “emergency use” is rare, and the taking of unapproved vaccines is typically reserved for health care professionals.
In all these years of taking, taking, taking from our lands, you have not had the courage, or the curiosity, or the respect to get to know us.
There is no hint that the requirement that this individual consent to any taking depends upon due compensation for such a taking being impossible or severely difficult.
Among the 10 percent who stopped taking the drug, the risk of being admitted to a hospital for a cardiovascular event was 25 to 30 percent greater than for those who continued taking a statin.
“We were taking care of each other instead of having the pressure of taking care of one person and no one taking care of you or understanding that the person at home needs a break.
And then she got tired of taking Premarin because it bloated her, or whatever she didn’t like, and she was, like, “I’m going to start taking shots, so you can start taking my Premarin.
Meanwhile at the Financial Times, 20 non-editorial staff are on paid leave, top editors and managers are taking a 10% pay cut for 2020, the board is taking a 20% cut, and CEO John Ridding is taking a 30% cut.
He described his routine as "initially meeting the patient, doing a full interview and physical assessment, taking them to the procedure area, sedating or inducing them for general anesthesia, and then taking care of them up until the post-operative period."
After the global cruise, Chanin shared that the kids landed in England for a while, taking professional European cooking classes and visiting various cultural sites — as well as spending time taking in a myriad of productions at The Royal Shakespeare Company.
Grades in England will be “standardised”, taking into account teachers’ assessments and class rankings, a student’s prior attainment (GCSE results for those taking A-levels, and Sats for those taking GCSEs), and their school’s performance in recent years.
Two prestigious institutions not taking Trump's insistence on a return to in-person teaching lying down are Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), who are taking legal action to stop foreign students being sent home if they are found to be taking online courses only.
When the course description emphasized interdependent behavior – working together, being adaptive and taking others' views into perspective – white American students predicted they would put less effort into the course and were less likely to agree that taking the course should be a university requirement than when the course description emphasized independent behavior – taking charge, being unique and knowing your own perspective.
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When the course description emphasized interdependent behavior – working together being adaptive and taking others' views into perspective – white American students predicted they would put less effort into the course and were less likely to agree that taking the course should be a university requirement than when the course description emphasized independent behavior – taking charge being unique and knowing your own perspective