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This year, with sales depressed by the coronavirus, pickup sales have been a beacon of strength for automakers, which are trying to make up for production lost when factories were forced to close earlier in the year.
In a Telegram message, Buterin rebutted Wood’s claims, pointing to Ethereum’s impending deployment of a new version of its blockchain called Beacon, and to a series of improvements related to privacy and transaction capacity.
For more than 100 years, the club sandwich has been a sturdy, protein-packed beacon of dependability.
To be sure, Cincinnati isn’t some ideal beacon of diversity.
Released by the insects, these airborne scents could act as an beacon.
During the creative process, use the headline as a beacon and focus your efforts on creating a story that supports that hook.
Those who follow her beacon faithfully will gradually rise to the solutions of the greatest problems.
URANIACAMILLE FLAMMARION
The brilliant beacon of the Eiffel Tower sat high up in the sky, like an exile star.
If they had not known every inch of the way as they did know it, a beacon-light on the shore would have guided them.
THE RIVAL CAMPERSRUEL PERLEY SMITH
At length a distant colume of fire, widening and increasing as I approached, served me as a beacon.

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