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They are required to disclose copious amounts of information to state regulators.
With each platform generating copious amounts of data, marketers have the opportunity to gather all the consented information they need to measure performance and understand customer behavior.
There is the well-documented fall-off in student academic performance at schools that have shifted to virtual learning, which, copious evidence now shows, is exacerbating racial and class divides in achievement.
THE LOST YEAR: WHAT THE PANDEMIC COST TEENAGERSBY ALEC MACGILLIS, PHOTOGRAPHY BY CELESTE SLOMANMARCH 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
Dinner occurred in the middle of the day, and about nine in the evening was an informal but copious supper.
HILDA LESSWAYSARNOLD BENNETT
The sun set in a dense bank and the moment it disappeared a very copious dew began to fall.
M. Roland had recently been traveling in Germany, and had written a copious journal of his tour.
A copious Index of emblems is added, as well as a general Index to the volume with its numerous illustrations.
I visited one day, in Aberdeen, a restaurant where a copious repast was being served for the modest sum of two pence a head.
It is seen falling in a copious shower, and gathered in the vestments of four Israelites.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
But he must have had some leisure, for his diary is copious, especially for the days of which I am telling the story.
A THIN GHOST AND OTHERSM. R. (MONTAGUE RHODES) JAMES

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