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By the end of the weekend, the turkey pile had dwindled surprisingly far below the lip of the Tupperware, but the whole container still had serious heft.
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Bearaby’s blankets are weighty enough to induce these effects, but unlike most products, they get their heft from the fabrics they’re woven from—not from little metal balls stuffed inside.
The acquisition adds heft to Bertelsmann’s publishing portfolio and fits with plans to expand the company’s Penguin Random House unit.
One project taking this route, Tesseract, is currently running in a basement at the University of California, Berkeley, looking for ripples from dark particles similar in heft to those that Sensei targets.
Iridescent orange in color, it looks sort of like a rosé but has considerable heft on the palate.
The first Dodgers title in 32 years should carry exactly as much heft — and as capably bear the examination of time — as any World Series won by their predecessors.
The increase in heft is partly due to the big changes in the speaker technology, explained Google Nest product manager Chris Chan.
This diminished heft had compounded the strategy’s problems, she argued.
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Early payments have become another way ad tech vendors can peacock an outward display of their apparent financial heft and create an apparent competitive advantage.
Those microfibers matter because they give fabric its heft and strength.

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