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When people say "inflation," Felix notes, what they often mean is the feeling that a good lifestyle is increasingly unaffordable.
Felix became Athleta’s first sponsored athlete in July 2019 upon leaving Nike, which she and others had criticized for failing to support its pregnant athletes.Olympic champion Simone Biles leaves Nike for Athleta|Liz Clarke|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
Felix and her colleagues relied on data from a large National Institutes of Health study that took place from the late nineties to 2011.
This specific type of MRI data is expensive to obtain, so it made sense to use the study data that exists rather than starting from scratch, says Felix.
Felix and her colleagues then devised a scoring system to rank the responses.
After a long and painful battle with cancer, Felix died peacefully at his home in Dorsington, aged 67.
That relationship ended with a car accident in which Angulo was killed and Claudia Ochoa Felix was injured.Is Mexico's Kim Kardashian-Lookalike Assassin for Real?|Michael Daly|June 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One of the last works in the exhibit is by Felix Tahar Aublet, a protégé of the French painter couple Sonia and Robert Delauney.All Aboard the Orient Express: Looking Back at the Golden Age of Train Travel|Sarah Moroz|April 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At least she got to become a beauty queen—a dream denied another Sinaloa teen, 16-year-old Enedina Arellano Felix.
Two 23-year-old designers, Felix Heyes and Ben West, conceived of and executed just that premise with Google, Volume 1.The A-Z Dictionary of Google Images—For the Moment|Sarah Moroz|February 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Had some dealings with Felix Phellion, whom he tried to convert to his religious belief.Repertory Of The Comedie Humaine, Complete, A -- Z|Anatole Cerfberr and Jules Franois Christophe
She and Felix have something pleasanter to talk about, out under the oaks, or back in the shadow of the oleanders.
Felix would be troubled and angry she knew, 138 even at this clasp of an old friends hand.
Not till Felix comes to her in the chamber above the dining hall—there where that trumpet vine hangs—comes to say good-by to her.
She had turned the leaf and discovered a name that hitherto had meant so little: Felix Harrison.