How I am faring these days?
have you eaten? mother asks
very well, very well! of course, I say
intransitive, intransit, in transit
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As the host, the United States gets to send more than one gymnast from each side to the competition, and with a few exceptions, the U.S. women have swept the gold and silver every year since 2002, with the men not faring so shabbily either.
The tumult affected different types of funds to different degrees, with investments designed to bet against volatility faring especially badly.
The largest groups tend to be from India, Pakistan, China, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Congo—demographics that do not, or likely would not, fare well in European immigration courts—but others come from Iraq, Afghanistan, Eritrea, and even Syria, too.
Never mind that the country fared exceptionally well before and after those races, winning more cross-country medals than any other nation.
Boom and Bust Here's how the Hang Seng Index has fared in past Years of the Dog 1970 1982 1994 2006 Source: Bloomberg Note: Hang Seng Index values normalized to show percentage change.
Take a closer look at how the coaches fared in our grades for the 2018 state recruiting classes.
Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster, however, the payload for today's Falcon Heavy flight, is faring quite a bit better.
All these data permit a transplant team to see how the organ is faring.
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