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Pachter said investors clearly think that the competing ad networks run by the likes of Snap and Twitter are going to be put at a disadvantage while titans like Google and Facebook charge ahead.
He’s unstoppable down there,1 after all, and Boston often appears to be at a significant size disadvantage.
Vince Tibone, retail sector head at Green Street, says there are questions about whether the unusual ownership structure put other landlords at a disadvantage.
However, vice presidents also face a number of disadvantages in the modern nomination system.
With extensive training and practice, athletes facing off against left-handers may be able to overcome this disadvantage in some sports.
So all of us, I think, are working to some degree at a disadvantage.
“I don't want any man taken by surprise or at disadvantage; I simply wish for truth,” said he.
CHECKMATEJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
Its disadvantage is that it introduces, with the bread, a variable amount of lactic acid and numerous yeast-cells.
It was certainly curious, this desire to screen his cousin, to prevent his appearing at a disadvantage.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
(p. 340) In summer the roads are very dusty in California, and this dust is a disadvantage to the tobacco planter.

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