Extended [adjective]

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Meanwhile, Minnesota Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns — who said he has lost seven family members, including his mother, to covid-19 — sounded dismayed when he returned from an extended covid-related absence of his own.

Many Wizards players are still working back to full strength after they missed an extended period of time because of the unexpected January break, while players such as Beal had to shoulder the burden of a shorthanded roster in the meantime.

“Moving, sitting for extended periods of time, lifting, carrying, and other physical activities are extremely painful and Caldwell is limited in his ability to engage in them,” the motion said.

My extended sobriety might have impaired my judgment, however, because I ended up submitting an application for the 2021 Chicago Marathon.

Instead of an extended honeymoon, Doncic and the Mavericks find themselves in an early season quagmire.

Still, I feel optimistic about having a baby now, because no matter what is happening in the world, I know he will be loved and cared for by my husband and I, as well as his extended family.

With sourdough particularly, there’s often an additional extended period of cold fermentation in the refrigerator, which is where more flavor development than rising occurs.

It has employed strict national and local government regulations, which include mandatory mask-wearing and extended lockdowns.

If you’re traveling with kids or more than two people, or if you’re spending an extended amount of time on the road, an RV may be your ideal match, since these big rigs offer the most room to spread out.

The NBA has only released the first half of its schedule, through March 4, leaving an extended midseason break before the second half picks up March 11.