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Multiply this at the scale of Facebook’s billions of users and across all subject matters, and it’s easy to see why simply not “recommending” some groups barely makes a dent.
Many of those top-of-the-line homes on wheels can put a dent in your savings as large as a condo.
Yet, you want your brand to gain traction and make a dent, in spite of the dominant brands.
The vaccine has to be effective, and there needs to be enough of it to put a dent in transmission.
I won’t say it’s cured me of my insomnia completely, but it’s made enough of a dent to keep it around.
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In its report, Avaaz says that taking this step could start to make a big dent in the number of people who believe misinformation.
The figure is expected to grow by another 15% in 2020, despite the coronavirus crisis that temporarily put a dent in listenership numbers.
I guess he can't make a dent on the Chinese disposition, or he'd have had Wong dead before this.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
Please take the dent out of my side, Poly, for I am more crippled than was the Soldier.
The snow-covered Dent du Midi had a splendor like the face of the full moon when it is rising.
RUDY AND BABETTEHANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN

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