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It was, however, somewhat salvaged by government aid programs, and one reasonably expects that despite the partisan wrangling, another stimulus will be forthcoming.
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The aviation and travel industries are hoping that the new rules will help them salvage part of the summer holiday booking season that has been so battered by the restrictions imposed during the coronavirus pandemic – thousands of people have lost their jobs as business ground to a halt.
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Similar to the Orioles, the Detroit Tigers can only hope to salvage their farm system this season.
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Coverage by The Mercury and Mr. Brandt helped to salvage the Y’s presence in town after the organization had announced plans to close its Pottstown location.