Managed [adjective]

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Other countries have managed to keep schools open even while locking everything else down.

Becky Weikert Bard, 40, is the managing editor of the Daily News in Huntingdon.

Behind a cold front, temperatures may not fall much immediately, managing the mid-50s to near 60 degrees.

Her company, which manages more than 2,000 hotel rooms in the Washington region, normally experiences 35 to 40 percent occupancy during the inauguration.

Listed as a “ferryman” managing a cross-Potomac boat service owned by his former owner, Posey was probably about 16 when he came to Mount Vernon, Washington’s Virginia estate, which included five farms.

Like most groups, it also requires a large amount of unpaid labor from the administrators and moderators who manage it.

Over the next two months, Volition will gift the product to its influencer network, manage online marketing and work with retail partners for in-store signage and education.

One Bancroft fifth-grader’s mother goes to work early, so he needed to manage the morning on his own.

They need to manage reach and frequency without getting a migraine.

Jess Davies has returned to Digiday Media as the managing editor, Future of Work.