“Transpire” in the news
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Abkarians and Agarwal eventually met for the first time in person at Harvard in the fall, still with a whirl of excitement over what had transpired over the summer.
· On this day: Aberdeen striker Winters plays 87 minutes of 2000 Scottish Cup final in goal →
What transpired, a broken jaw forcing the then 41-year-old out of the showpiece against title winners Rangers after three minutes and, with no goalkeeper among the three substitutes, meant striker Robbie Winters would take his place between the sticks.
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She recalls what transpired after she recently balked at a friend’s suggestion that they ride in the same car, on their way to visit a mutual friend.
The New York Times
· A Car Salesman, a Macedonian Ex-Minister and a $45 Million Mask Scheme →
“It was a lot of innuendo and accusations for something that never actually happened or transpired,” he said on Monday.
· Covanta: Very High Leverage Means A Slow Road Back For The Dividend →
Even though this painful action has already transpired, through analyzing their situation it is still possible to provide insights into any early warning signs that can be applied to other investments as well as estimating an approximate timeline for them to reinstate their dividends.
· Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation (BAH) CEO Horacio Rozanski on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
But March feels like a distant memory, given all that has transpired since then.
· Coronavirus: Under fire, CM Uddhav Thackeray meets Sharad Pawar; Shiv Sena says 'MVA govt strong' →
The Sena Rajya Sabha MP, however, did not reveal what transpired between the two leaders.