Seeing things through the eyes of visitors makes this clear.
Distribution of information can help doctors and the public address critical health issues.
In a day, he'll earn three times what a minimum-wage worker makes in a year.
Beyond the benefits for personal relationships, there's a feeling of ease in the community.
Without taking sides, it’s good to distinguish “arrest” from “search” procedures.
Just wondering if he'll now do something to which we can say: “That's big of him.”
That has to be the explanation. Any other excuse is stilted and stupid.
There's plenty of room for confusion without it.
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