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This section of the book also provides a glimpse into the more expansive parts of Bezos’s thinking.
This wasn’t the plan Bowser wanted, but school buildings did reopen, even as the city’s coronavirus rates are slowly rising and the surrounding region’s school districts have retreated from more-expansive plans for face-to-face instruction.
These aren’t the realistic graphics for which early adopters may have bought the PS5, but they’re more than adequate, offering expansive views of the terrain that can be awe-inspiring.
Every four years, we get new election results, and every four years, people start passing around state- or county-level results maps that show a massive sea of red — reflecting Republican strength in expansive, sparsely populated rural areas.
Dallas, Austin, Houston and San Antonio were liberal blips on an expansive red radar.
The partnership used storytelling and social media to masterfully execute that message — and to reach consumers across an expansive social media landscape.
This is the most expansive option and often leads to spending in locations that don’t convert, particularly when you’re targeting at the country level.
They haven't all been winners, but the original Baldur's Gate was probably the most widely loved of the franchise—it boasted an expansive, interesting world with bold voice talent and characters.
I spent oodles of time with Musk, who was expansive about those early years.
She was our champion and the architect of an expansive vision of gender equality that was broad and capacious enough to include LGBT people.

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