designateverb

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  • ento indicate and set apart for a specific purpose, office, or duty

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Aside from the office and retail space,
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2 of the 4 towers have been designated as residential units.
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Between the 2 towers, there’s more than 1,000 residential units.
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And they range in size.
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This is what a 2-bedroom looks like.
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Ed and I have to designate a legal guardian for Theo.
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And we want it to be you, Gary.
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In late March, 3M said it doubled global output of N95 respirators
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to more than 1 billion annually since the outbreak.
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And it plans to double that again over 12 months to 2 billion.
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The company said more than 90% of those were designated for healthcare workers,
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with the rest going to other critical industries, including energy, food and pharmaceutical companies.
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I was too harsh, too severe, too mean,
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too everything except all the things outside of that which they designated me!
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Even with the presence of history-making high-profile stars like Usain Bolt
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and other dramatic moments like Shauna Miller diving for Olympic gold,
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the Summer Games continue to be plagued by virtually empty stadiums due to lackluster ticket sales.
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Of the 6 and a half million total tickets available for Olympic events,
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70% were designated for Brazilians, 5 to 7% for sponsors,
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and the rest offered abroad.
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So why are the Olympic arenas been mostly empty?
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So in the home, designate a spot for your keys —
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a hook by the door, maybe a decorative bowl.
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For your passport, a particular drawer.
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For your reading glasses, a particular table.
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If you designate a spot and you're scrupulous about it,
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your things will always be there when you look for them.
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So, 1 side is always fruits and 1 side is always vegetables?
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Yes, Managar, you're right.
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I think you've got Team Fruit and Team Veggie.
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And you gotta designate a team for yourself early on.
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And I like to make a little guide line down the back of the spine to where the tail is,
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so that I can designate where one leg stops in the other leg begins.