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One of the neat things in cycling is all the subplots happening on any given day of a Grand Tour.Two Very Different Ways of Riding the Tour de France|Alex Hutchinson|March 2, 2021|Outside Online
The integration of Reese will be one of the interesting subplots for the Terrapins as they get ready for the postseason.Angel Reese’s return is big for Maryland women in rout of Purdue|Kareem Copeland|February 26, 2021|Washington Post
With his six-touchdown performance, Fields reestablished himself as a likely high pick in his own right, and a subplot Monday will be how much he and Alabama quarterback Mac Jones impress NFL evaluators.The Alabama football dynasty collects another title with a 52-24 rout of Ohio State|Chuck Culpepper, Des Bieler|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
The rumor morphed and gained traction as more people contributed subplots, and it swerved through niche platforms and into the mainstream, where a Republican member of Congress blamed antifa for the insurrection.How an internet lie about the Capitol invasion turned into an instant conspiracy theory|Bobbie Johnson|January 7, 2021|MIT Technology Review
New Orleans’s special complexity on race-related matters is proffered as a subplot, but isn’t explored enough to gain traction.Bryan Cranston returns to TV in ‘Your Honor,’ but this grim tale is easily dismissed|Hank Stuever|December 4, 2020|Washington Post
That whole subplot seemed to me like a reference to the Ginsberg poem “Howl” and the idea of man rebelling against the status quo.
The subplot is always whether The Company will outrun her latest mood swing, which also turns out to be somehow brilliant.
One subplot exchanges homeless people for illegal immigrants crossing into the United States.‘The Bridge’: FX’s New U.S.-Mexican Border Thriller|Jace Lacob|July 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
His daughter, Noelle, appears to have won a battle with substance abuse, a common subplot for many American families.Can Jeb Bush Save the GOP and End Its Emerging Civil War?|John Avlon|March 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Meanwhile there is a subplot (of sorts) about five people who all had a role in a crooked real estate deal.