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At this early point, the United States could have focused on scaling up testing, encouraged university laboratories and private companies to develop additional diagnostic tests, and broadened its criteria for who could be tested, Adalja says.
However, broadened 5G devices and networks alone won’t solve the current consumer need to stay connected.
The move seemed mystifying, but Walmart said owning the short-video app could drive e-commerce sales by broadening its third-party marketplace—though it may be more effective at boosting the company’s growing advertising business.
Then the legacy magazine brand pivoted to video and broadcast television as a way to not only broaden its audience but deepen the brand deals associated with the franchise.
The company points to more than 300 peer-reviewed or independent studies that support its technologies and techniques, and has worked to broaden access to its solution during the pandemic.
Testing, tracing, isolating the infected and broadening the wearing of masks when necessary are also key, he said.
The studio’s own sales team has broadened the scope of digital services that it offers brands.
If the goal of the SAT was to broaden the pool of applicants from a narrow set of elites, however, this particular question hardly seems likely to accomplish the goal!
Friendship with such cultured, interesting people would broaden the horizon of my whole life.
MILDRED'S INHERITANCEANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
A humble man himself, he had made all his sacrifices to broaden the chances for his children.
THE IRON PUDDLERJAMES J. DAVIS

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