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These days, his emails have homed in on the contradictions of covid-19 health orders.
Just remember, Google is also an emerging technology, and a lot of what it’s doing in the algorithm stands in contradiction to the full-on adoption of AI written content.
Pack hired two Washington firms, McGuireWoods and Caplin & Drysdale — apparently in contradiction to federal contracting regulations and guidelines, according to internal documents.
Takeuchi doesn’t see a contradiction with the county’s withholding of outbreak data, on the one hand, and the sharing of home addresses with law enforcement, on the other.
The contradiction is more apparent as, over a lifetime, one expects to shift from role to role.
MISS MANNERS: BOSSY INVITATION OFFENDS GUESTSJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINJANUARY 20, 2021WASHINGTON POST
That’s an almost impossible contradiction for humans, I think.
So you’ll get an approval in one agency just for another agency to be a complete contradiction of another agency.
A Justice Department lawyer wrote on Pence’s behalf that the case was “a walking legal contradiction,” because Gohmert had sued Pence seeking to give Pence more power.
PAIR OF GEORGIA RUNOFF RACES ARE RAZOR CLOSE WITH U.S. SENATE CONTROL AT STAKEFELICIA SONMEZ, COLBY ITKOWITZ, JOHN WAGNER, PAULINA FIROZI, AMY B WANGJANUARY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
To some, programmatic advertising and linear TV may seem like contradictions in terms, but there’s growing convergence between these two worlds.
A suit to establish that the Vice President has discretion over the count, filed against the Vice President, is a walking legal contradiction.

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