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The myriad missteps are laid bare in a report released by the Government Accountability Office in late January, which found that by summer 2020, most states still had not implemented the technology.
We have been putting a lot of thought into this area for years, watching various aspects such as the missteps taken by government and the unfortunate poor intentions from supposed investors.
It would have been easy to overlook a misstep from the face of the franchise, one of the league’s highest-paid players and a favorite of the team’s owner.
The early missteps in public health advice are particularly painful to recall, including assertions that asymptomatic people couldn’t spread the disease, and that masks weren’t needed.
Freedman and Madore, Riess’s chief rivals at the top of the distance ladder game, have argued in recent years that Cepheids foster possible missteps on higher rungs of the ladder.
Analysts say missteps, in both fashion and finance, have left the one-time mall darling with slipping sales and nearly $2 billion in debt.
A series of missteps in the investment business including a failed WeWork IPO and the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak led to record losses last fiscal year.
So they could ill afford another misstep against the Raiders.
The missteps highlighted by the settlement are potentially serious, but the FTC didn’t say that hackers had exploited them in the real world.
Many see the president’s refusal to consider a promising vaccine as only the latest federal misstep.

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