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While marketers anticipate the forthcoming retirement of cookies, many harbors hope that the ad tech industry will deliver an alternative between now and Google’s scheduled doomsday.
With safe harbors cut off, more and more people are left suffering what the United Nations calls “a shadow pandemic” of domestic abuse within the larger pandemic of the virus itself.
Look, there is a violent political movement that has found safe harbor in the Republican Party.
Extra pay is also afforded to officers working in specialized units like the K-9-unit, SWAT team, the harbor unit or emergency negotiators, the contract says.
The advent of camera-enabled mobile phones means any number of YouTube videos showing people marveling at suddenly dry rivers or harbors.
Ships bringing enemy troops had been docked in the harbor, close to a series of warehouses, and Caesar’s troops torched them.
And being ashamed, he saw and understood that he still harbored a little bitterness against Myra.
THE HIDDEN PLACESBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
If he had harbored any doubts as to his success, he banished them.
TOM SLADE WITH THE COLORSPERCY K. FITZHUGH
The rooms which he had there are shown and reverenced as places which have harbored genius.
Even Anthony Waynes spirit, when harbored in such a tiny body could hardly brave that.
THREE LITTLE WOMENGABRIELLE E. JACKSON

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