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Speaking of weather, both Gonzales and Testa said they were concerned that weather from Hurricane Irma, currently bearing down on Florida, could further affect the avocado supply chain in both Mexico and Guatemala.
That means policies to meet the demographic and competitive pressures bearing down on Germany, and politics that delivers meaningful debate.
And by Friday afternoon, the storm was already bearing down on them.
There was one carry midway through the game when Aztecs fans saw a collision coming as Chapman ran right with defenders bearing down on him.
Hurricane Irma tightened its grip on South Florida Friday, becoming what everyone has long dreaded: a monster hurricane bearing down on a region with nearly 7 million people.
As the storm bore down on Mobile Bay, distress calls came in from all along the coast: from sailors in the water, people stranded on sandbars, frantic witnesses on land.
As deadly Hurricane Irma bears down on the U.S. mainland, the storm’s path is tracking north by northwest, heading for southern Florida, endangering lives as well as dozens of universities and research institutions.
At this point, with Irma bearing down on South Florida, the only left to do is to get people out of its path and to begin preparing for the disaster that will follow.
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