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For example, Goldfinger said an 11-year-old texted the firm about ingesting a bottle of her mom’s prescription drugs out of despair.
Twitter’s data platform ingests trillions of events, processes hundreds of petabytes of data and runs tens of thousands of jobs on over a dozen clusters daily.
They encountered 41-year-old Daniel Prude, who was naked and suffering from a mental health episode after ingesting PCP.
If you prefer to try ingesting it as a supplement, be sure to consult your doctor before you do so.
So we worked pretty hard to update our internal technology to be able to ingest the data, and therefore make data-driven decisions off of the margin.
If so, then you’ve been routinely ingesting your fair share of insect all along.
THE DOWNSIDE OF DISGUST (EP. 448)STEPHEN J. DUBNERJANUARY 21, 2021FREAKONOMICS
Deer not only destroy island marble butterfly habitat, but they may ingest eggs and caterpillars in the process.
Poliovirus moves from person to person when someone ingests water or food contaminated with virus-containing stool.
That means it needs to be ingested, inhaled, or rubbed in at high concentrations.
We need to seriously weigh the pros and cons of everything we ingest.

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