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On Wednesday, however, the NBA decreed that “all teams will play the national anthem in keeping with longstanding league policy.”
Google announced that, beginning on April 6, it will start enforcing its longstanding policy of requiring merchants to show the price of an item from their Google Merchant feed on their e-commerce page, all the way through the checkout process.
Simultaneously, people are recognizing the longstanding weaknesses and inequalities of America’s medical system.
In addition, as part of the company’s longstanding partnership with The Thurgood Marshall College Fund, Apple is also now offering scholarships to 100 new Apple Scholars from underrepresented communities.
Gloria was also direct about the longstanding nature of those budget issues, and dinged Faulconer for his role in them.
Violating the Constitution, federal law, its own regulations, and longstanding norms along the way.
In the intervening years, Hulu’s subscriber growth had loosened its longstanding supply-demand disparity, but last year’s surge in streaming viewership spurred streaming ad demand to increase and closed that gap once again.
In addition to longstanding gaming publications like Kotaku and IGN, mainstream outlets have invested in covering gaming and esports, as The Washington Post did in debuting Launcher in October 2019.
Peloton late Monday said that it was buying Precor, a fitness equipment maker with deep and longstanding relationships with commercial customers like hotels, gyms, corporate campuses, and apartment buildings, for $420 million.
The department's “longstanding, paramilitary style justice system” affords “wide latitude for rapid accountability and for real time operational maneuverability in times of public need,” the release said.
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