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Mellaart decided that a male-dominated society would never produce female figures like the ones he’d found because they didn’t cater to “male impulse and desire.”
Industry Dive is designing its new space to cater to a combination of in-office and remote work, Hargreaves said, investing in more screens and spaces that can support virtual meetings.
So, at seven months pregnant, she decided to take things into her own hands and create her own maternity and postpartum clothing brand, catering to expecting and new moms at all stages.
Don’t ignore a game just because it’s linked to a company you’ve never heard of The amount of top-notch indie games catering to anyone and everyone is my favorite thing about modern gaming.
You have all these people catering to your needs, taking care of you.
Though the company’s first customers had come from the live events space that Hypno had catered to, new customers soon began to adopt the product.
Sephora is laying out a plan to rehab its image with shoppers of color who’d alleged racial bias in stores and a lack of products that cater to their needs.
For instance, at Koa Health we know that some users love going through a program in a step-by-step fashion, whereas others prefer to dip into activities as they need them, and it’s important that we cater equally well for both of these preferences.
With clearer control in Democratic hands, the President will be under greater pressure to cater to his progressive caucus—likely creating bigger headaches for business.
Consumer spending habits quickly shifted, impacting the brands and categories that catered to the hustle-and-bustle customer.
SYNONYM OF THE DAYAPRIL 23, 2021

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