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What the company will look like on the other side of that shift remains to be seen, but out of economic necessity, ViacomCBS in the future will need to look different than its current incarnation.
The current incarnation of their most well-known appliance is built for durability, style, and simplicity of use, and its large volume makes it a great choice for entertaining.
It goes some way to explaining why Xbox has been very careful in how it promotes its latest incarnation.
Our shape will no longer lie flat on the table, but mathematicians think of it as still “remembering” the flat geometry from its previous incarnation — so, for instance, paths are considered straight if they were straight in the unglued shape.
What we’re realizing now is that they’re really hidden incarnations of symplectic phenomena.
A coquette is said to be an imperfect incarnation of Cupid, as she keeps her beau, and not her arrows, in a quiver.
The incarnation of a God in human form, the resurrection of a man or a God from the dead, are facts outside human experience.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Without this word of humility and obedience the incarnation of our divine Saviour would not have been accomplished.
It came out of the sacred river; indeed, it might, perhaps, be the incarnation of the god Vishnu himself.
And with him was old Lord Gervase Scoresby, his friend and cousin, the very incarnation of benignity and ruddy health.
MISTRESS WILDINGRAFAEL SABATINI

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