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Of course, the inclusion of Ohtani should increase the team’s revenue.
The Yankees had about $32 million in payroll space available before the trade, plus the inclusion of Castro in the trade will offset some of Stanton's salary.
Items: Is Fashion Modern?, the first fashion exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art since 1944, constitutes an enormous, flawed argument for the inclusion of clothing design in MoMA’s archive.
Where this becomes even more relevant for Oregon fans is the inclusion off ex-UO coach Mark Helfrich and current UO defensive line coach Joe Salave'a among those being floated as a successor.
The inclusion of virtual reality in football could just be getting started.
Current Apple devices already come with heart monitors; but the inclusion of true EKG tech could have far-reaching implications, including for detecting and monitoring atrial fibrillation and other heart conditions.
Further talks with Ryanair management were canceled, the union said, because the airline rejected the inclusion of two people on the council representing pilots in the negotiations.
There are still wrinkles with the inclusion of Troll that Platts is resolving.
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