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They’re placing gigantic expectations on newcomers Tesla, Nvidia, Netflix, Adobe, and PayPal, not to mention Amazon, a gang of five that’s selling at 114 times earnings.
He’s made more than 60 jumps, although the vast majority of those have been for practice—he’s a relative newcomer to the field.
Challenged by conservative media newcomers in the space, Fox upped the investment into its digital offerings and later launched a paid streaming service for diehard fans.
Beds have been a particular issue, since migrant shelters in Tijuana have effectively closed their doors to newcomers, Jozef noted.
On the other hand, the Romans were considered as relative newcomers to the Mediterranean sphere of influence.
Bidding a young bank manager take charge of the detachment, Frank led the newcomer rapidly to headquarters.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
Despite the arrogant manner of his address, Garnache felt prepossessed in the newcomer's favour.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
A low, fierce cry of delight came from the queen; she held out a pair of hands that trembled to the newcomer.
As each newcomer came forward, the man who arrived immediately before him called out: "I'm last."
THE UNDERWORLDJAMES C. WELSH
Henri David, for that was the name of the newcomer, was a tall, slender man about thirty-five years of age.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION