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Second, San Antonio has excelled at scaling the roles of its aging players while working in new blood.
In recent years, a new blood test for elevated levels of a lipid called psychosine has provided more clarity to families who once faced uncertainty.
Harris is young, black and female, in stark contrast to the older party leadership, and many have been urging the Democrats to embrace new blood.
Along with civilian turnover, the military has also seen a considerable infusion of new blood.
At the same time, the newsroom has been attracting new blood, such as Molly Ball, who’s coming on board from The Atlantic as national political correspondent.
The addition of speed and influx of new blood across all three phases provides optimism.
If the launch of the Grill is any indication, the injection of new blood is doing the trick.
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