Thesaurus / compete


It’s worth noting, of course, that low end of the mug category is ready available at your local 99 cent store, and that’s not likely a space Ember is raring to compete in.
In this regard, it’s hard for a mere nova to compete with a supernova explosion, which, though rare, releases far more newly produced elements than a nova does.
It competes with Robinhood, M1 Finance and other American fintech companies that offer consumers a way to invest in equities with low or zero fees.
The Hurricane already hosted an open tryout in January where 150 players competed for five open slots on the roster.
The Washington Post, inspired by its owner Jeff Bezos, has built a suite of advertising tools called Zeus Technology to help publishers and advertisers on the open web compete for ad dollars with big tech firms like Google and Facebook.
It would be a bummer and the TV ratings would take a hit if James, who competed through mid-October, opted out, but the show could still go on without him.
There are a couple of competing strategies for how to do it.
Section 230 reform will deepen the incumbents’ competitive moats to make it even harder for new entrants to compete.
Patrick Ewing has insisted his Georgetown Hoyas are good enough to compete against any team in the nation despite having just five victories this season.
However, it seems to have had little impact in the EU thus far, with smaller search engines either unable to afford to compete in the auction or, even when doing so, getting little traction from it.


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