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The data is gathered through a mix of weather, gaming and other apps, then bundled and resold by companies to marketers and federal agencies.
Let’s see how the three are doing, yank learnings for the mix and then check our gut about what their results might mean for BNPL startups the world ’round.
The decisions could become even more torturous when a third vaccine made by Johnson & Johnson — which is expected to gain regulatory approval this weekend — joins the mix, though with only a trickle of supply at first.
When the pandemic happened, I was almost going to close because I didn’t want to be in the mix of it.
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The hands-down winner of this chicken derby was the spicy model, which adds a peppery sauce to the mix and proves that it’s still worthy of the 2019 hype.
Our colder areas might see some snow or sleet mix in with the rain but it shouldn’t amount to anything.
In the past, a mix of domestic animated movies and foreign films have seen the most success in the country.
Speaking of teams that have a real chance to win it all, Maryland is in that mix, at the top of a hyper-competitive Big Ten conference — and sophomore Diamond Miller’s leap forward is a big reason why.
Pick a different handful of universities and you’ll probably find a different mix of approaches and outcomes.
For me, the Seltos seemed to be a nice mix of style and substance, with a refreshing bit of whimsy.

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