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Now that the players and clubs have been taught, trained and drilled to play this game of scrums and out-numbering (and which requires astonishing hand skills), they cannot un-learn it.
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The company generated near record operating cash flows and has outlined an aggressive drill program in 2020 to increase resources at its Mali mine.
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But morally, it should support drill, techno, indie and doom-metal as readily it does ballet and musical theatre.
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And in drills I’m in the middle, trying to avoid the league guy, so I can have a word, tell them things, engage.”
The Japan Times
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In the roughly 2½ months from the time her school closed until it reopened with staggered attendance, the 14-year-old only received a bunch of handouts, drill sheets and textbooks for the school year.
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Poseidon Nickel drills 23.1m @ 4.0% Ni & 0.4% Cu.
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So, I want to drill down a little more on your operating expenses.
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Rosie Kay’s extraordinary 5 Soldiers: The Body Is the Frontline was staged in army drill halls around the UK, but, since its livestream is still available online, you can watch it from the comfort of your own sofa.
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You see people doing drills around their creative work, like deepening their craft and things like that.
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The company delivers GPS tracking and analysis to 11 top-flight clubs including Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal, and have spent recent weeks identifying the risk level associated with each individual training drill.