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Georgetown made another step toward its sustainability goals earlier this year when officials shared plans to divest from fossil fuel companies, in part because of the threat of climate change.
He said fully divesting from any specific industry is very complicated.
When they come, it’s likely that the Justice Department and FTC antitrust cases will include a request, among other remedies, that key properties be divested to restore competition.
With a great strategy, you should see solid results by six months, and even more solid results by a year, but these results don’t just disappear the second you decide to divest and reallocate your marketing budget to something else.
“I think police culture has become radically divested from the communities they’re supposed to serve,” Ginzel said.
Essentially Boost Mobile, which is a Sprint brand, would be divested to Dish.
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? (EP. 406)STEPHEN J. DUBNERFEBRUARY 20, 2020FREAKONOMICS
I endeavoured to divest myself of all selfish bias, and loved more and more to inquire into religious subjects.
So shall you compass the glory of the whole world, and divest yourself of the abjectness of humanity.
WITCH, WARLOCK, AND MAGICIANWILLIAM HENRY DAVENPORT ADAMS
Yet if we could only divest it of its evil smell, the wild Wood Garlick would rank among the most beautiful of our British plants.
So we see that the State of Illinois did not quite divest itself of the barbarisms of the common law.

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