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Even though you all can’t see each other in person right now, video calling makes it relatively easy to forge new bonds during these times.
Coinbase is the company that will help forge this future and bring crypto into the mainstream.
A career forged making bold bets on global economic trends was faltering badly, taking the fun out of it for the 48-year-old — and his few remaining investors.
HEDGE FUND ‘PIRATES’ SET SAIL AGAINDANIEL MALLOYAUGUST 21, 2020OZY
Airbnb is forging ahead with an initial public offering, despite a host of challenges.
In these experiments, physicists used the LHC to smash protons together and observe the particles forged in the collisions.
As a result, the expert smiths back then had to pound the hot metal during forging, so as to maintain the high quality of the blades.
It was a pretty house, stood a little apart from the forge, and was called Rock Villa.
Business men and some professional are the only ones that forge steadily ahead; with precious few exceptions.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
A temporary forge had been set up, and soldiers in leather aprons were working over the fire.
THE AMAZING INTERLUDEMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
She was making two hooks for her kitchen wall, for she was clever at the forge, and could shoe a horse if she were let to do so.

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