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Early on, the company was “fairly agnostic,” Jain says, waiting to see whether machines or people could better fact-check the world.
Consumers are increasingly agnostic about whether they buy online or locally.
Met’s general manager, Jeffrey Kightlinger, said the agency is “agnostic” about the project.
The sequence is device agnostic when a user is logged in through their account, which means that shifting between devices doesn’t affect that strategy, it even enhances the experience.
We take an agnostic approach to ad tech and wherever there’s commercial growth — then that’s when we’ll look to expand.
The Agnostic is one who asserts—what no one denies—that there are limits to human intelligence.
But what the agnostic means is that human reason is inadequate to grasp the greatness of the ultimate being.
The agnostic holds that there are limits to human reason, and that theology lies outside those limits.
You cannot in one breath say that Lincoln was an agnostic, and then in the next one say that Lincoln was an honest man.
Is there any difference between the knowledge of the Christian and of the Agnostic?
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