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With his aim to foster greater scale, Mr Macron should be pushing on an open door.
Human Rights Watch documented several abusive raids under the state of emergency, including an instance in which French policemen smashed open doors of a halal burger restaurant in Saint-Ouen l’Aumone before holding frightened customers at gunpoint.
Their vision, as well as smarts and confidence, opened doors at the top venture capital firms in Silicon Valley.
Nicole and three men swarmed to the now-open door and pulled the driver out.
Pence typically jogs up before turning at the top to wave, with the vice presidential seal on the plane’s open door behind him, before going inside.
The percentage of people watching the world go by through the open door of a boxcar or riding a raft down the Mississippi is right down there with the percentage of elephants who find themselves in town being fitted for green suits.
The only light in his apartment came from the open door.
But instead of crashing the business, the plunging prices, made possible by advancing technology, opened doors to new markets.
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