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Rather than embrace short-term as a means to expand affordable accommodations along the coast, many jurisdictions have taken a hardline approach to regulating the industry.

As Leimer explained, the financial services industry may have not fully embraced the idea, but it’s “starting to take notice.”

It embraces your palate in flavors of apricot, pineapple and Seneca Lake’s signature hint of lime zest.

Hogan has embraced science in his response to the coronavirus, supported some environmental measures and called for bipartisan cooperation.

A focus on financing public-private training platforms that provide alternative pathways to good jobs for those left behind by the technology revolution should be embraced on both sides of the great divide.

The party in recent years has moved further left, with some members embracing such liberal ideas as free college, the Green New Deal, eliminating the Senate filibuster and adding justices to the Supreme Court.

You might ask why anyone should embrace a philosophy of life that is more than two millennia old.

The first hurdle to embracing orphan crops is identifying the most promising ones and drawing attention to them.

Despite the recent decision by big companies like Square and PayPal to embrace crypto, many lawmakers and agencies like the IRS view it primarily as a vehicle for money-laundering and tax evasion.

One campaign in this race has embraced misinformation as a political tactic and repeatedly spread falsehoods about mail-in voting, and the other has not.

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