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The system will restore three bus lines in October serving Greenbelt and Largo.
Three years ago, ready to revive the idea, she asked Thomas Ouellette, an executive producer on the special, to cull through dozens of hours of Largo performance audio to see what could work.How Tig Notaro created a cartoon standup special about life, death and Dolly Parton|Michael Cavna|July 23, 2021|Washington Post
Largo doesn’t speak English, and medical providers don’t always have Spanish-speaking staff, so she’s not confident that she'll be able to ask questions about billing and other details once she gets to a vaccination site.
Though nearby pharmacies are offering the vaccine, Largo is limiting herself to finding a shot through one clinic that she knows treats people without insurance and has Spanish-speaking staff.
But Largo sees his new book on religion as a natural extension of his previous work.
Largo is now taking a few months off to figure out his next move.
It seems whatever topic Largo tackles, he becomes a man obsessed.
A composer writes a larghetto when he feels something like writing a largo but isn't, on the whole, quite up to it.Bizarre|Lawton Mackall
He told us he was born at Largo in the county of Fife, Scotland, and was bred a sailor from his youth.Life Aboard a British Privateer in the Time of Queen Anne|Robert C. Leslie
We turn up the Largo Carlo-Felice, the second wide gap of a street, a vast but very short boulevard, like the end of something.Sea and Sardinia|D. H. Lawrence
We were on the snow-dome which forms the summit of the Cima del Largo.Italian Alps|Douglas William Freshfield
In the Finale of the sonata the Largo still makes its influence felt.The Pianoforte Sonata|J.S. Shedlock