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Commerce will act to ensure that America’s technology—developed and produced according to open and free-market principles—is not used for malign or abusive purposes.
The debut comes as other unicorns seeking to go public such as Affirm and Roblox have pushed their IPO timelines to next year after seeing the much maligned “first-day pops” of DoorDash and Airbnb’s respective listings.
Welles, he argued, did not deserve to be so unfairly maligned.
I embraced foraging, an oft-maligned word after the chef-bro boom of the 2010s.
MUSHROOM HUNTING AT THE END OF THE WORLDDANNY PALUMBONOVEMBER 12, 2020EATER
Measuring such perceptions quantitatively has much room for error, but it’s hard to deny that the scale and consistency of these polls are indicators of the US’s maligned and depleted image and influence in the world today.
It is heartbreaking to sit by and watch politics malign Southwestern College and people I have grown to love over the last three and a half years.
One charm it has, which is felt while there and pleasantly remembered in absence—its much-maligned climate.
SPANISH LIFE IN TOWN AND COUNTRYL. HIGGIN AND EUGNE E. STREET
Some of them seem to have been the friends and teachers of the far-famed, and I believe unjustly maligned, Robert Browne.
EAST ANGLIAJ. EWING RITCHIE
When we inquire what the Freethinkers, or Rationalists, are, it is readily seen that they have been maligned by "the faithful."
There is no doubt that the Irish regiments are greatly maligned.

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