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Only the original Berkley location operates out of a gas station.
A Palomar knot, often recommended for superlines, broke at 63%, but I picked the Berkley Braid knot as a winner because it doesn’t require passing your lure through a loop as a Palomar does, which can be unwieldy.
There are few people on earth who better understand the power of vaccines—or who know more about the challenge of developing, vetting, and distributing them around the world—than Berkley.‘The whole world is coming together’: How the race for a COVID vaccine is revolutionizing Big Pharma|cleaf2013|September 21, 2020|Fortune
Berkley therefore sees a “tortoise and hare” situation in which conventional approaches may reach the market first or become more widespread.
Better than trying to immunize everyone in a few countries first, says Berkley, would be to distribute the initial doses to vaccinate a portion of each country’s population.
Shelley Berkley (D–NEV) -- LOST She tried to take the seat of Sen. Dean Heller in the battleground state of Nevada.
Crossroads went on to pour $6.6 million into the Heller-Berkley race, including a reported $1.2 million in October alone.
While Berkley and Adelson disagreed on unions, they lined up on another of Adelson's pet issues: Israel.
All this data comes from numbers crunched by Professor Emmanuel Saez, director of the Center for Equitable Growth at Berkley.
“I can tell you this,” U.S. Rep. Shelley Berkley, D-Las Vegas, confided.
Professor Berkley's definition, besides being scientifically exact, is popularly intelligible.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
At such a time June came home for her vacation, and Bob Berkley came back from college for his.
By his side was Bob Berkley, and behind him was a red-headed Falin whom she well remembered.
When they arrived in Berkley-square, Marriott told them that her lady was just gone to lie down.Tales And Novels, Volume 3 (of 10)|Maria Edgeworth
Their progress was checked by the arrival of Sir William Berkley, at the head of an armed force.Great Events in the History of North and South America|Charles A. Goodrich