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The term has been in popular use for little more than a decade, but the ideas it encapsulates have been around for a lifetime.
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Those figures encapsulate the hit his small business, Samovar Tea, has taken in revenues, employee count, and number of stores open, respectively.
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The meaning of trust for Google’s local results was expanded to encapsulate the security and well-being of its searchers through the transactional environment itself.
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Altogether, the dataset provided nearly 1,100 hours of EEG recordings from almost 700 patients, which encapsulated more than 3,500 seizure events.
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The challenge embraced a one-two formula for accelerating scientific progress, most recently encapsulated by research into Covid-19.
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Today's cameras-from the disposables to the fully automated-encapsulate everything we have to know to operate them.
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