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Lockwood had been working as a tribal police officer, his aunt said, paid with CARES Act funds.Citizens Hide From Active Shooters as Alaska Is Slow to Deliver on 2019 Promise of Village Troopers|by Kyle Hopkins, Anchorage Daily News|December 13, 2021|ProPublica
The decision to wait until the eight-minute mark to air an ad came within the past year, according to Lockwood.Ad-supported streaming services assess how many ads to show viewers|Tim Peterson|December 6, 2021|Digiday
“I think there’s a feeling that we should be reviewing a lot of stuff that was looked at 30, 40 years ago, because we’re seeing things in new ways these days,” says Lockwood.
It’s quite likely that there was lots of real-world diversity that we just can’t see from the fossils, says Lockwood.
Lockwood, also known for her poetry, was shortlisted for her debut novel No One is Talking About This, while Pulitzer Prize winner and previous Booker nominee Powers secured a spot on the list for Bewilderment.Booker Prize Shortlist Highlights Stories Dealing with Life and Death in a 'Year for Reading'|Eloise Barry|September 14, 2021|Time
But when the snow does come, cried Dora Lockwood, if the pond is still frozen over, wont it be a great course?The Girls of Central High on the Stage|Gertrude W. Morrison
They were pretty poor, I fancy, from all Mr. Lockwood has told me, but they were very ambitious.
I've heard Mr. Lockwood tell of the days they lay in the rushes along the Chesapeake Bay waiting for duck.
Mr. Lockwood had not returned, the man said, when young Latimer reached the home the lawyer had made for them both.
He was completely satisfied, both with himself and with Captain Lockwood's taste in wines.