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The end point has to be Mitch Trubisky making the Bears a Super Bowl contender for years to come.
The Manafort and Gates indictment and the Papadopoulos guilty plea feel like the beginning of the next stage of Mueller's investigation, not its end point.
Anderson began trying to end points quickly with a volley.
In some sense, stopping at 100 is an arbitrary end point.
But even Democrats in competitive races have begun talking about single-payer as an eventual end point.
This neighborhood will be the end point of the city’s light rail when the LYNX Blue Line extension is completed next year.
The southern starting and ending point remains the same, at the tennis courts at the corner of Overland Drive and East Broadway Avenue.
First, the Constitution and its text are a starting point, not an end point, for determining what gun regulations federal, state, and local governments may pass.
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