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- Cousins, Vikings cruise 30-17, end skid vs. Seahawks
Kirk Cousins threw three touchdown passes before halftime for Minnesota and guided three clock-draining field goal drives after that, as the Vikings accelerated past Seattle 30-17 on Sunday for their first win over the Seahawks in 12 years.
Fox News. Sunday, 26 Sep 2021.
- Biden tries to salvage agenda threatened by Democratic infighting
President Joe Biden on Wednesday worked to salvage his legislative agenda, with a series of meetings at the White House, as the clocked ticked down.
ABC News. Wednesday, 22 Sep 2021.
- Grandmother, 44, who has clocked up NINETY motoring offences over 27 years is jailed for 12 months
Kerry Taylor, 44, from Wigan, Greater Manchester, was arrested again after ignoring two driving bans and crashing a stolen Renault Clio during a hit and run on August 9.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 22 Sep 2021.
- GM works 'around the clock' to ensure its hot new Hummer EV doesn't inherit defects that caused Chevy Bolt fires
As GM works to fix problems that have caused Bolts to catch fire, it's also attempting to ensure the issues don't happen in their next-generation EVs.
CNBC. Tuesday, 21 Sep 2021.
- The Clock Is Ticking-The Time For NCAA Reform Is Here
If everything is truly up for discussion, there are plenty of good ones from people who have been talking about true change, including the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics, academic scholars and journalists.
Forbes. Monday, 20 Sep 2021.
- These Atomic Clock Will Help The Second Generation Galileo Satellites Stay On Time
A French positioning, navigation and timing company will provide the atomic clocks
to keep the Second Generation Galileo Satellites on time.
Forbes. Saturday, 18 Sep 2021.
- Isle of Man's chief minister on his 'Howard o-clock' cult movement and 'bemusement' at PM's undersea roundabout
"It's Howard o'clock" has become a slogan used on swimsuits, t-shirts, bags, mugs, bottles of wine and, even, turned into a monopoly-style drinking game.
Sky News. Friday, 17 Sep 2021.
- Time to put your money back into equity income funds, experts say
The UK equity income investment sector has clocked up 14 consecutive months of outflows as investors have looked for better value elsewhere.
Daily Mail. Monday, 13 Sep 2021.
- FDA says it is 'working around the clock' to support Covid vaccine approvals for kids under age 12
Federal regulators are "eager to see our children and grandchildren vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as possible," the agency said.
CNBC. Friday, 10 Sep 2021.
- Texas clinic performed 67 abortions in 17 hours with limited staff: report
An abortion clinic in Texas reportedly rushed to beat the clock
on the state's new restrictions, performing 67 abortions with one doctor over the course of 17 hours.
Fox News. Monday, 6 Sep 2021.
- Frozen eggs and sperm to get 55-year storage limit
The health secretary says it "will help turn off the ticking clock
in the back of people's minds".
BBC News. Sunday, 5 Sep 2021.
- Terror suspect stabs 6 in New Zealand before police shoot him down
Authorities were so worried about the man they'd been following him around-the-clock. They killed him less than a minute after he started attacking grocery shoppers.
CBS News. Friday, 3 Sep 2021.
- 3 Mutual Funds to Pick Amid the Climate Tech Boom
As the climate clock
continues to tick, concepts like climate tech along with a combination of policy changes should help countries reverse the damage done.
Zacks. Thursday, 2 Sep 2021.
- If You're Working Hard Without Seeing Results, This Common Misconception Might Be Holding You Back
When people work around the clock
but just can't seem to reach their goals, the issue can often be linked to this state of mind.
Entrepreneur. Tuesday, 31 Aug 2021.
- Paralympics: Morgan Stickney's Race Against the Clock
Stickney, who endured first one amputation and then another, has put off surgery to chase a world record. After years of pain, she is closer to it than ever.
New York Times. Sunday, 29 Aug 2021.
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