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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of hosted in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of hosted in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

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  1. John Kasich on Sunday:

    I have to do well enough there, and I think I will …. I'll catch fire. And if I catch fire, I think the sky is the limit. Poor showings in both or either of those first two primaries can doom a campaign. The next debate is being hosted by Fox Business and is on January 14. John Kasich on Sunday express optimism that he ’ll be in the main-stage debate and declined to comment on fellow GOP candidate Texas Sen. Rand Paul saying he wo n’t compete in the second-tier contest if demoted as a result of FOX Business criteria, which involves rankings in national, Iowa and New Hampshire polls.

  2. Travis Collins:

    We just hosted it, this was truly a community event.

  3. Lindsay Walters:

    Once again this is a completely false story driven by people who want to distract from the success taking place in this administration, the President's pick for the Supreme Court (a decision that has generational impact) was confirmed today, we hosted multiple foreign leaders this week and the President took bold and decisive military action against Syria last night. The only thing we are shaking up is the way Washington operates as we push the President's aggressive agenda forward.

  4. Adam Burke:

    There is this palpable excitement among Angelenos. A big part of that is it’s only fitting since we hosted the first Super Bowl back in 1967 that Super Bowl LVI is really going to be a watershed moment as we write our comeback story here in LA from the pandemic.

  5. Jill Biden:

    The President and first lady has an independent schedule of The President and first lady own during the G7, at Royal Air Force Base Mildenhall on Wednesday, The President and first lady spoke about the importance of supporting military families. The President and first lady also hosted a roundtable with United States military spouses who are focused on the wellbeing and emotional health of service members and their families.

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    • A. rung
    • B. arbalist
    • C. swathing
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