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What IBM excelled at more often was marketing a version of its aspirational self.

Since its independence, Nigeria has excelled in literature and the arts, from icons like Chinua Achebe, Wole Soyinka, and Flora Nwapa, to contemporary heavyweights such as Chimamanda Adichie and Teju Cole.

Further, Ryan’s attentiveness and dedication to seeing others excel, and his passion for our product and activism, made him the right choice for Patagonia’s next chapter.

Patagonia Just Announced a New CEOChristopher SolomonSeptember 23, 2020Outside Online

While older nursing homes have at times lagged in patient outcomes, Rollins said his new and remodeled facilities have excelled.

One of the most obvious directions would be to expand Nvidia’s AI capabilities to the kind of low-power edge devices that Arm excels in.

The long battery life is obviously a huge plus for the Fitbit and its fitness-specific features excel, but it lacks the more robust smartwatch features and infrastructure of its competition when it comes to everyday use.

Every time the A’s excel on the field, we’re reminded of “Moneyball,” the best-selling book that helped accelerate baseball’s information age with its focus on how the early-2000 A’s used market inefficiencies to find wins at the margins.

Though she consistently excelled in school, she was plagued by low self-confidence.

Legouv, in his exquisite way, tells a charming story of how he astonished a little girl by excelling her in calligraphy.

Human IntercoursePhilip Gilbert Hamerton

And there you dwelt as became the children of the gods, excelling all men in virtue, and many famous actions are recorded of you.



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