Haircut [noun]

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The Chiefs halted the haircuts quickly after learning of the positive test result.

Yet, in many states people can drink in bars, get a haircut, eat inside a restaurant, get a tattoo, get a massage, and do myriad other normal, pleasant, but non-essential activities.

Decisions that used to feel mundane—to get that haircut or not—become much more loaded when your health might hang in the balance.

Plus, jobs in service sectors won’t come back until people feel comfortable rescheduling a haircut or booking a hotel room.

In several 2018 demonstrations, Google’s AI made haircut and restaurant reservations without receptionists realizing they were talking with a non-human.

The only way my life has really been affected is in the wearing of a mask everywhere and not being able to eat at my favorite restaurants, or not being able to get a haircut as easily as before.

Two of them -- Severe Haircut woman and utility belt man -- looked at me from their ergonomic super-chairs.

"I think you should really reconsider your approach to this situation," Severe Haircut woman said.

Severe haircut lady was in the new questioning party, as were three big guys who moved me around like a cut of meat.

It was the guy who had come into the truck and spoken to Severe-Haircut woman when I was chained up in the back.