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“Wizards Coach Flip Saunders shortly thereafter called a 20-second timeout, at which time trainers attended to Blatche on the court.”
“With Blatche clearly in pain on the court, play continued in the other direction, and it wasn't until the Wizards called a 20-second timeout that athletic trainers were able to tend to him.”
“Butler called a 20-second time-out so Cornette could change.”
“The app's 20-second delay feature heightens verisimilitude.”
“Dreams of overall victory at the Vuelta a España came crashing down for Team Sky under a lethal onslaught from Juanjo Cobo Geox-TMC, who tore away from the tandem of Wiggins and Froome with 5km to go on the Angliru and turned a 55-second deficit into a 20-second lead”
“CRAFT: But here's the irony of Pecha Kucha: As TV news shifts ever closer to entertainment, and images flash by in a second or two, Pecha Kucha's 20-second slides actually force the viewer to focus and think, says Dytham.”
“A 20-second hand wash with soap and warm water is much more effective removing viruses.”
“Just to see how moronic people can be, however, I decided to search for something nobody could possibly be opposed to, and I came across a 20-second video of baby pandas playing on a slide in the snow.”
“Tjallingii never got more than a 20-second gap however, and the remaining front group of only about 26 riders was intact when it exited the highway toward the finish.”
“Personally, we can't wait for the "Whip My Hair" remix of this 20-second video.”
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