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Speaking of “Zelda,” it sounds like we may still be waiting for a little while until we see the next great adventure in that series. The latest original game to grace Nintendo Switch doesn’t even have the name “Zelda” in the title, and for good reason: It’s an action game in the vein of “Dynasty Warriors” in which you spend hours mowing down hundreds upon hundreds of enemies in a story that serves as a sort of prequel to “Breath of the Wild.”

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1. Warm up with store-bought hand warmers, microwavable heating pads, hot water bottles or heated blankets. Following the manufacturer's instructions and concentrating on your torso are key, said JohnEric Smith, an associate professor in the department of kinesiology at Mississippi State University. "If you warm the core you can warm the hands and feet. It is harder to warm the core by warming the hands and feet."

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One way to alleviate the pressure off of a young quarterback is to give him a dynamic running back who is a three-down threat and capable of scoring every time the ball is in his hands. Etienne, a three-time All-American and the ACC's career rushing leader, fits the bill perfectly. Top needs: WR, RB, LB

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Keeping the palm of your hand broad and soft, stroke downward from the bone behind your ear to where your collar bones meet your chest bone. Use your left hand to massage the right side of your neck, and your right hand to massage the left side of your neck.

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Use your hands to pinch the part of the muscle that runs from the bottom of your neck out to your shoulder. Your thumb should be pointing down towards the front of your body, and your fingers should be angled down towards your back.

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Stay at least 6 feet away from others. Like other places, Walt Disney World has added floor markings, signs and barriers to promote social distancing. Similar measures are also in place on resort transportation, including buses, monorails and watercraft boats.

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I want to really be explicit about this, because whenever I talk about simple things like uniform wearing of masks, keeping physical distance, avoiding crowds (particularly indoors), doing things outdoors to the extent possible with the weather, and washing hands frequently, that doesn’t mean shutting down the country. You can still have a considerable amount of leeway for business, for economic recovery, if you just do those simple things. But what we’re seeing, unfortunately, is a very disparate response to that. And that inevitably leads to the kind of surges that we see now.

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Kids of all ages (and even some adults) can struggle with sitting still and remaining on video for class all day. If your child likes to fidget, you might want to consider buying a large stress ball for them to squeeze with their hands or feet off screen. It can help get out some of their energy so they can stay focused on class. If you search online for “giant stress ball,” you'll find plenty of options for under $15.

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Teachers often ask students to hold up their work on dry-erase boards or paper to help keep them on task. Using a fine-tip marker with an eraser tip can make it easier for small hands to fit more numbers or words on their dry-erase board; buying different colors can make it more fun, too. You can find multipacks for under $10 online.

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If your puppy nips and bites too hard, teach the puppy that this is not OK by ending the interaction. You can pull your hand away, say, “OW!” and leave the puppy for a few minutes. Then try again so your puppy has a chance to act appropriately.

ABBY Continued from B7 leaving him behind since he knew I was going. I feel like eight years of my life have been wasted. — Frustrated in New …

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Even with tables spaced 6 feet apart, you need to take precautions to limit your exposure to the coronavirus. One of those is wearing your face mask. But how do you do that and still eat?

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