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Then in the sixth inning, Astros third baseman Alex Bregman took away a hit from Mancini, backhanding a ball deep down the third-base line and throwing from foul territory to get Mancini be a half step.
The elimination of the half step that produces a lesser bucket of revenue represents a two-fold win for publishers and songwriters in that previously the 80 cents per subscriber bucket always won out as the lesser pool.
Jackpot Airlines is about a half step above a commuter airline, and its crew members are either shopworn or under-motivated.
At his worst, McSwain fouled too much, looked a half step off the pace of the game and couldn’t sustain production for long stretches.
Michelle Dockery stars as Letty, a career criminal who’s only ever a half step ahead of the law.
The hatch is sort of a half step between Honda’s subcompact HR-V crossover, which has more cargo capacity (about 24 to 56 cubic feet) and can hold slightly larger, wider and taller items.
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