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While there are hurdles to wide adoption, there is no reason Neuralink couldn’t push into these areas in the future.

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TikTok “hasn’t really been a place where we’ve seen a lot of growth and adoption from a performance standpoint,” Scarborough said.

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Coronado’s director of student support services, Niamh Foley, confirmed no such adoption was being made, but some changes are happening in the short and long term.

As McKinsey puts it, we have “covered a decade in days” as far as the adoption of digital goes.

She was moved to share her experience after unearthing mementos in her apartment, including a 1964 letter from a man who thanked her for arranging the adoption of his newborn son, leading her to virtually track down the adoptee, now in his mid-50s.

Last summer, Louisiana also banned non-legal adoption, with offenders facing a penalty of $5,000 and up to five years in prison.

The children found a new family after a home study was done and the adoption was completed in court.

They are for corporations like Hobby Lobby, and vast hospital networks, and, yes, adoption agencies.

Allow adoption agencies not to place kids with same-sex couples.

Thus the adoption of any particular verb is a matter of taste, not a question of absolute correctness.

These, then, appear to be the cogent reasons for the adoption of the medium rise in the modelling by Stradivari.

By the adoption of scientific principles Hope-Jones has multiplied the efficiency of Swell boxes tenfold.

Many organs now constructed have their tonal effects more than doubled through adoption of this principle.

The reasons for its adoption were, and are, still obviously wise, although not necessitous.

The complication of business has led to the adoption of another principle in managing corporations.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to adoption, such as: acceptance, approval, enactment, endorsement, maintenance, and ratification.

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