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He said that if the affirming clause had not passed "there would have been a significant number of people leaving.
Anxiety over leaving their baby in the care of others keeps them out of the workplace; yet they experience increasing concern over the loss of career opportunities and fears their job will go to someone else.
The profession once endeared to a nation in Norman Rockwell paintings has taken a beating in recent years, leaving doctors to reconsider a job many had expected to be their life's calling.
At best, they slow down the most retrograde aspects of the GOP program; at worst, they bestow legitimacy on conservative goals, leaving their constituents bothered and bewildered.
12- This monster par-4 can be stretched to 468 yards, leaving regulars at the Sepulveda Basin course probably yearning for the good old days when it played as a par-5.