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His spokesman later clarified that there would be no interview and referred subsequent questions to Magic Leap, which declined to comment.
He had supported Proposition 10 and he told me he sent a note to the Union-Tribune to clarify his position.
The four men spoke for three hours about the quest to develop and distribute a coronavirus vaccine—possibly as early as the end of the year—while clarifying some of the science behind how the virus spreads between people.
Nevertheless, it’s a great exercise for clarifying one’s concepts.
He did not clarify in his remarks to CNBC how the government could track who had spent their money, or the total pricetag for such an aggressive stimulus package.
To “prevent any future confusion,” he wanted to clarify, he said, that his union’s governing body had formally approved the language included in the deal.
We are working with Echelon to clarify this in its communications, stop the sale of the product, and change the product branding.
This article has been updated to clarify that it is apps running in this mode that will be affected.
After this article published, a Hulu spokesperson clarified that Hulu has not yet committed to making Hulu Ad Manager available to larger advertisers.
So, for example, with a lot of these administrative questions, previously Congress might have been able to, say, clarify the meaning of a statute that an administrative agency is implementing by passing some kind of further legislation.

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