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Still, a handful of venues and companies plan to reopen sooner.
Only a handful still sees virtual weddings as a viable option.
Only a handful of closely related species now have it, they learned.
Unfortunately, as it stands today, the entire field of AI ethics is at grave risk of limiting itself to languages, ideas, theories, and challenges from a handful of regions—primarily North America, Western Europe, and East Asia.
Colbert is trapped in the same building with the same small handful of people every day, and the challenge is to keep making them laugh.
The first is The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership, written by a handful of notable career coaches.
Of more than 100 nations whose laws and regulations she reviewed, only a handful would permit the technology’s use.
Earlier, only a handful of products such as Alexa and Siri were popular.
It is rivaled only by larger companies like Conn’s HomePlus, Capital One and a handful of firms that buy unrecovered debts from banks and other creditors.
THE LOAN COMPANY THAT SUED THOUSANDS OF LOW-INCOME LATINOS DURING THE PANDEMICBY KIAH COLLIER, REN LARSON AND PERLA TREVIZOAUGUST 31, 2020PROPUBLICA
Most campaigns get their voter information from a handful of data vendors, either nonpartisan or partisan.

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