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Creating a vaccine that is effective at least 80 percent of the time, which is the threshold the Goalkeepers model uses, is only part of the battle.
Both Lavrov and Pompeo used their visits to Cyprus to underscore the broader proxy battle at play.
So, more than a few echoes of the Cold War and the battle between capitalism and socialism.
Creating the drug is only “part of the battle,” said Biden, who likened effective distribution to a complex military operation.
Apple last week filed a countersuit to stop the game maker from using its own payment system for Fortnite, escalating one of the most closely watched legal battles in the tech sector.
Apple debuted two new smartwatches on Tuesday, one with added features at a premium price and the other designed to battle lower-priced rivals like Fitbit.
Their stance will be tested as new cases are filed by bigger businesses with the resources to wage long, sophisticated court battles where the stakes are much higher.
This year has felt like a battle to make smartish decisions in the face of unclear, very bad consequences.
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In a press release, the foundation wrote that in the midst of the economic and health crisis facing restaurants and their workers, “the Foundation believes the assignment of Awards will do little to further the industry in its current uphill battle.”
The changes arrive at a time when Apple is battling in court with Epic over its requirements regarding the use of in-app purchases.

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