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Upon a closer look, Bjerg’s journey to becoming one of the top “League of Legends” pros followed an indirect, winding path that persistently required him to battle a familiar obstacle.
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A quick-growing plant, the philodendron only needs medium indirect light and water every week or two.
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The Harlan County business, which is now dissolved according to the Kentucky secretary of state’s office, had planned to produce wood pellets for biomass fuel, employ up to 35 people and create about 60 indirect jobs.
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Finally, employers also receive a variety of indirect tax incentives to automate.
IT’S TIME TO RETHINK THE LEGAL TREATMENT OF ROBOTSEMILY LUONGOCTOBER 22, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
All these methods give companies and their employees indirect ways to contribute to politicians’ campaigns and fundraising.
RED CHAINS, BLUE CHAINSVINCE DIXONOCTOBER 21, 2020EATER
The rest were due to indirect effects of the outbreak—and many were in older Americans suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
COVID-19 INDIRECTLY KILLED FAR MORE OLDER ADULTS THAN WE THOUGHTKATHERINE ELLEN FOLEYOCTOBER 19, 2020QUARTZ
Another review — also based on indirect evidence — published August 1 in Advances in Integrative Medicine also concluded that zinc might be helpful in people who are deficient.
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They also apply to Broadcom’s indirect customers in Europe to avoid circumvention and to prevent Broadcom from entering into similar exclusivity agreements with them.
EUROPEAN ANTITRUST REGULATORS SETTLE WITH BROADCOM A YEAR AFTER ‘INTERIM MEASURES’ FLEXNATASHA LOMASOCTOBER 7, 2020TECHCRUNCH
Such campaigns do indirect marketing for your brand, apart from adding to your efforts to rediscover your reputation.
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Last year, oil and gas, along with mining, accounted for 26% of Alberta’s GDP, and its indirect impact was even bigger.
AFTER THE BOOM: CANADA’S OIL CAPITAL FACES AN UNCERTAIN FUTUREKDUNN6SEPTEMBER 21, 2020FORTUNE

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