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Overall, none of this should be taken as a commentary on Gordon the player, or whether the combination of his veteran experience, iffy durability and the three years he has remaining on his contract5 makes sense for Houston’s young core.
IS THE MERE THREAT OF A THREE ENOUGH TO AFFECT A DEFENSE?CAITLIN COOPERSEPTEMBER 24, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
No one is proposing that astronomical, wartime level of taxation, but it is remarkable that the present Lucian vision of an “American Century” is leaning heavily on a bigger line of credit, and even that’s iffy at the moment.
THE SENATE GETS READY TO SPEND A SUM OF MONEY UNSEEN SINCE WORLD WAR IIPHILIP ELLIOTTAUGUST 12, 2021TIME
WhatsApp is working on a setting that will let users more easily bypass its iffy image compression and send photos and videos in the highest available fidelity.
WHATSAPP IS ADDING A ‘BEST QUALITY’ SETTING FOR SENDING PHOTOS AND VIDEOSHENRY PICKAVETJULY 9, 2021TECHCRUNCH
Just an iffy communicator, maybe, if you haven’t said all this out loud.
CAROLYN HAX: TO SUMMARIZE, YOU WANT TO EXCLUDE HER BECAUSE SHE’S DISABLED?CAROLYN HAXOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The sheer volume also means that sometimes iffy apps slip through the cracks.
GOOGLE REMOVES 3 ANDROID APPS FOR CHILDREN, WITH 20M+ DOWNLOADS BETWEEN THEM, OVER DATA COLLECTION VIOLATIONSINGRID LUNDENOCTOBER 23, 2020TECHCRUNCH
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