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Off the pace for much of the race, he coolly bided his time over this extended ten furlongs before gradually building the tempo of his mount to bear down on the leaders entering the short straight.
The book investigates how earlier tax policy decisions resulted in a limited or open set of funding options for maintaining welfare state expenditures when globalization began to bear down in the early 1990s.
And, while it is a serious issue, I have to confess to chuckling when I picture someone trying to flush a bear down the toilet because the children are bored with it
The American Health Care Association (AHCA) is continuing to bear down on Congress, with AHCA's CEO and president, Charles Roadman II, MD, reminding lawmakers once again that funding problems hamper patients' ability to access quality care.
harvests that will eventually bear down on Mexico's dependence on imported U.
Later, Join's work grew fully abstract, as in Ca et moi (Here and me), 1969, a fierce yet lyrical composition in which darker colors bear down on lighter ones and the lighter ones resist.
This usually lasts about 20 minutes and is a time when the mother can rest and collect herself before beginning to actively bear down, Ms.