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Among the Charlotte Hornets’ many warts of late has been the inability to win close games.
Aclaris, which has 100 employees and plans to hire a sales force of 50, is developing dermatology treatments that are in mid-stage studies for common warts, hair loss, and Vitiligo, which is skin pigment loss.
The Portland Trail Blazers' warts haven't disappeared.
The House and Senate could choose to rely on the intelligence agencies’ judgment, warts and all.
But those who do take a moment to visit at this time of year will find multicolored mums and marigolds; ornamental peppers in oranges and yellows and reds; pumpkins in oranges and whites and greens; and gourds, with or without warts.
In an election which is likely to be every bit as nasty and personal as the 2016 contest was, putting forward a candidate whose warts are already known could be very smart.
The franchise, which debuted in 2009 as the warts-and-all docuseries 16 & Pregnant, has suffered in recent years from a dip in ratings and relevance.
Despite his warts, Drummond’s athleticism and sheer size would surely be put to much better use on a roster that possessed average talent, depth and chemistry.
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