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Books like these are intensely personal by nature, packed with the recipes that everyday people believe are good enough to share with the world.
With well over 10% of the workforce currently out of a job, many everyday Americans simply don’t have the money to spend at local businesses.
The technology industry must develop other 5G applications that will impact the everyday consumer.
Childcare, Warren said, is as critical to our economy and everyday lives as the roads we drive on or the Internet that connects us to work, entertainment, and each other—in other words, childcare is an integral infrastructure investment.
While a small majority of Americans own stocks, the S&P 500 isn’t really a driving force in their everyday lives, and the richest Americans own the lion’s share of the market.
I worry everyday as do so many other parents who work in advertising.
We have seen for too long the old entrenched system — and Parson is a part of this — where if you are well-connected, you get what you want, but as an everyday Missouri family, you don’t get what you need.
Dressy styles such as heels—both high and low—as well as oxfords and loafers were already getting bumped from everyday use by more casual and comfortable options, such as sneakers and flats.
Inside the hippocampus, the region of the brain that logs your life’s everyday memories, the types of proteins that make up the synapse also change within a lifespan.
It’s data-intensive, bulky, and uncomfortable for everyday use.

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