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Some Coinbase employees, he wrote, may have previously interpreted this mission to be more encompassing of “all forms of equality and justice,” though that is not what he intended it to mean.
Since the Nasdaq counts Alphabet’s A and B shares separately, StarTech actually encompasses not 10 but 11 members.
There’s currently just one left to use in the Atlantic basin—Wilfred—since the list of names doesn’t actually encompass all 26 letters.
The business-to-consumer model encompasses our omni channel, pure-play and direct-to-consumer developments, whereas the B2B part of what we do revolves more around that typical business-to-business partnerships in retail.
The data encompasses more than 100 industries and 80,000 companies globally, according to Microsoft.
The WHO analysis of coronavirus drugs encompassed seven separate studies.
Origination is often called the “front end” of the journey, encompassing all the steps up to the “closing.”
But her encompassment, as is so apt to be the case here, was pitiably mediocre.
He waved one hand here and there, as though generalizing the whole luxurious encompassment.
AN AMBITIOUS WOMANEDGAR FAWCETT
How he longed to lift them up from the drag of their mental encompassment!
CARMEN ARIZACHARLES FRANCIS STOCKING

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zeugmanoun | [zoog-muh ]SEE DEFINITION
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