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Hart does his best to establish that brashness was endemic to the company from the beginning, starting with its co-founder, Bill Bowerman.
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So far most of that interest has come from either larger endemic advertisers in CPG and retail like Adidas and Swarovski or smaller-to-medium-sized businesses.
Self, an endemic health and wellness brand, has served as a bridge for helping Condé Nast’s non-endemic titles take a step into health and wellness.
Crompton says that while corn is obviously grown in both Australia and America, the fact that it is so endemic to many parts of our food system, could contribute to its recent success here.
Yes the audiences in these groups tend to be endemic, they said, but this does not mean the agencies will exclude underrepresented audiences from our other buys.
It serves to emphasize, however, the paucity of cases among infants in this great land of endemic adult scurvy.
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Most of the endemic genera are berry-bearers and thus offer the means of dispersal by fruit-eating birds.
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It may be said to have been endemic in and south of the Sierra Morena.
As was to be expected, scurvy occurred most often in Russia, where it is endemic.
SCURVY PAST AND PRESENTALFRED FABIAN HESS
Endemic: occurring normally where found: native, not introduced.

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