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Of the 9,000 people who have reported a side effect—which is exceedingly less than 1 percent of the people who have been vaccinated—the bulk of those reports were fatigue, nausea, chills, and headaches.
So, when the exceedingly rare opportunity to interview Didion presents itself, one takes it.
Simultaneously, because we have a seasoned team and Scott’s terrific track record around Freshpet, a company that has done exceedingly well, a lot of doors opened for us that I think wouldn’t have otherwise.
Employing a process called boson sampling, Jiuzhang generates a distribution of numbers that is exceedingly difficult for a classical computer to replicate.
His theory is that digital advertising is grotesquely overvalued because it’s still so hard to measure, and one reason it’s hard to measure is that the marketplace is exceedingly opaque.
It’s exceedingly easy to plug in and start up immediately, and the indicator light on the device even helps you scout out the optimal place to plug it in.
While investors and entrepreneurs have done exceedingly well in recent years, the salaries of ordinary workers have stagnated.
The regulations around hunting seasons are exceedingly complex, change yearly, and vary by state.
Gina Ortiz Jones is running against a Republican candidate in an exceedingly close open House seat in Texas.
That, in a nutshell, is why it’s exceedingly unlikely that Republicans will take back the House.
OUR FORECAST THINKS DEMOCRATS WILL KEEP THE HOUSE … AND MAYBE EVEN GAIN SEATSNATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)OCTOBER 7, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT

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