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The cloud infrastructure market kept growing at a brisk pace last quarter, as the pandemic continued to push more companies to the cloud with offices shut down in much of the world.
Each highlights natural beauty and plenty of opportunities to get outside for some fresh — and potentially brisk — air.
Inside, with humans pushed to the edges, goods-hauling AVs rocket down alleys too narrow for humans at three times the pace of a brisk walk.
In late 2019, more than 400 Nike employees decided that rather than head to their desks on a brisk December morning, that they would instead take up signs and picket their own employer.
Begin with a short jog, brisk walk, jump-rope session, or vigorous house chores followed by arm and leg swings to get the blood moving and the muscles loosened.
The Wall Street Journal is helping marketers manage the rapid pace of change by building products that help get branded content campaigns out at a brisk pace.
I'll tell you about Navarino, Punch, when we go for walks together; and you must n't touch the ship, because she's the Brisk.
She is a model of the Brisk—the little Brisk that was sore exposed that day at Navarino.
She pressed her hands tighter upon her bosom; her eyes sparkled with an odd approval of that brisk deed.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
The light Italian looked what he assumed; a brisk, active muleteer, full of life and merriment.

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