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This may have been a nod to his self-deprecating charm, but it also spoke to the differences between the party Brock built and the GOP we have today.
As Google’s deadline for deprecating the third-party cookie looms, publishers are racing to respond — or struggling to prepare.
That is why Chrome made the decision to deprecate support for third-party cookies.
Google’s John Mueller said Google generally does not announce when it deprecates search ranking factors or signals.
The post Google set to deprecate Showcase Shopping ads on April 1 appeared first on Search Engine Land.
The justices were deprecated by their detractors like columnist Drew Pearson as “nine old men,” and FDR believed they needed to get in line with public opinion.
Assuming that the reverend gentleman was inadvertently buried alive, we deprecate this delay.
She smiled timidly, as though to deprecate her sister's vengeance.
PAUL PATOFFF. MARION CRAWFORD
But he is careful to deprecate all ideas of violent revolution--the process is to be accomplished by the most peaceful methods.
"Ask her to wait," the mistress said; then glanced at her visitor to deprecate the anticipated polite protest on her part.
A SHEAF OF CORNMARY E. MANN

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