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Zuckerman cashed out about six months later, with Snyder and Drasner absorbing his roughly 15 percent stake.
Aspiring grandmasters can game against anyone, human or machine, at any time, and benefit from software that offers sophisticated feedback, absorbed by the malleable young brain.
Some will default, leaving lenders to absorb the loss and hobbling the economic recovery.
Thanks to high pressure sitting in place over our region and absorbing surface pollution sources, some suboptimal air quality has developed, starting Friday.
Alcohol is readily absorbed through skin and can cause alcohol poisoning.
Anich’s hunch is that it helps camouflage the mostly nocturnal platypuses from nighttime predators that have UV vision, since, by absorbing some of the UV light, platypuses reflect less of it.
At the close of last year, corporate earnings were absorbing 7% of GDP, well above their below-6% mark over the past half-century.
It is one of the first investments in the retail giant’s $100 million Right Now Climate Fund, an initiative to support the use of “nature-based climate solutions” like forests, grasslands, and wetlands to absorb more of the greenhouse gas.
The thing is, the filters absorb 70% of the light, thus requiring more power to keep them bright.
Add the breadcrumbs and stir until the oil has been absorbed.

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