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Now, with many New Yorkers complaining that life in New York is raveling under Mr. Bloomberg’s progressive successor, Bill de Blasio, a top Bloomberg lieutenant is telling his version of how the city was revitalized.
President Donald Trump will ravel to Missouri next week to promote his tax cut agenda, but his visit will highlight political divisions both within the Missouri Republican Party and the state as a whole.
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RAVEL Defined for English Language Learners
: to become divided into separate threads
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