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Family stories are funny things, though, capable of morphing and shifting over the years until the unknowns outnumber the knowns.
Technology capable of changing your brain’s activity with just a subtle nudge, however, brings “manipulation risks to the next level,” Ienca says.
Technology capable of changing your brain’s activity with just a subtle nudge, however, “brings current manipulation risks to the next level,” Ienca says.
It’s also become evident that children are capable of transmitting the virus to some extent.
That meant populous Fairfax County, which with the Inova hospital system had set up a network of sites capable of delivering at least 30,000 doses weekly, was positioned to scoop up more than half of Virginia’s weekly vaccine allocation.
Despite their diminutive size, the insects are capable of flying as far as five miles to collect nectar.
Gather’s office serves as a workspace where its employees regularly meet and hang out, but it also doubles as a showcase for skeptical visitors who want to see what the company’s technology is capable of.
For that, the sample needs to be sent on to a lab that has specialized machinery capable of conducting sequencing.
The best toaster ovens have a wide temperature rangeIf you’re looking for a toaster oven to replace your traditional oven, it’s important to consider whether the toaster oven is capable of reaching high enough temperatures.
Last season, Doncic led the NBA’s top-ranked attack, emerging as a do-it-all playmaker who seemed capable of carrying a franchise with his scoring and passing like LeBron James, James Harden and Nikola Jokic.

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