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The People’s Bank of China is on the cusp of launching a digital yuan, which many believe will help China weaken the influence of the greenback in global trade.
Here’s how confident Jeff Sprecher is that he’s on the cusp of transforming the lengthy, paper-heavy slog of getting a home loan into a fully digitized snap.
The 2020 college football season is looking less and less likely, with Power Five conferences reportedly on the cusp of calling off or at least postponing fall sports.
Curie was also on the cusp of announcing that it had struck some deals with fitness studios to carry its deodorant.
Unlike most well-known auroras, the cusp type can be seen midday.
The Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard “is one of the few land masses where you can see cusp aurorae,” says Elizabeth MacDonald.
Solar wind particles that enter through the cusp generally aren’t as energetic as the electrons that come from inside Earth’s magnetic bubble.
The specimens from Honduras have a basal cusp on the hinder edge of the lower canine.
The pierced cusp gives a peculiar lightness and brilliancy to the window, but is not so sublime.
In every other case the form of the aperture is determined, either by a flat and solid cusp as in 6, or by a pierced cusp as in 4.

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