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Helium use started in 1927 and has been a mainstay of the parade since, with the exception of the year 1958, when a global helium shortage kept the balloons closer to earth.

Founded by Hong Kong immigrant Patrick Lo in 1996, Netgear set up shop in San Jose, California, and has been a mainstay of networking hardware since the dawn of the internet.

Bread at the readyWarm, crusty, butter-melting bread that comes straight from the oven—or at least out of a professional warmer—is a mainstay in countless eateries.

Taking on Big Tech has been a mainstay in the national conversation ever since the 2016 Presidential election, but this is the first antitrust action taken against Google.

They now share the blocks with mainstays such as Floriana and JR.

The boldness of Randy DownsBrock ThompsonOctober 15, 2020Washington Blade

Most of us are familiar with the much-maligned Western diet and its mainstay of processed food products found in the middle aisles of the grocery store.

Junk Food Is Bad For Plants, Too - Issue 90: Something GreenAnne Biklé & David R. MontgomerySeptember 23, 2020Nautilus

Ng, vice president of Apple Watch marketing, has been a mainstay in Apple’s marketing organization since the late 1990s, starting off on the Mac, transitioning to the iPod, and then working on the iPhone before the Watch.

(p. 046) Throughout 1914 Paul was the mainstay of the magazine.

In this guerrilla the archer, though he kept his place, soon ceased to be the mainstay of battle.

Code, racked and embarrassed, looked around for his mother, but that mainstay was nowhere in sight.

The Harbor of DoubtFrank Williams


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