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They were “not as rock solid” as the newfound one, she says.
On the heels of this growth, the co-founders say that Sounding Board’s next step as a startup is to grow beyond coaching services and into a platform that can show leaders how those newfound skills are impacting business development.
No one can attest to Beijing’s newfound regulatory mandate more than Jack Ma.
Budget measures can help build a clean energy economy and infrastructureDemocrats can use their newfound influence to change spending and taxation under the federal budget in a process known as budget reconciliation.
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With his departure from Nintendo, he had newfound free time to dedicate to the nonprofit.
That newfound understanding of chemical bonding also raises questions about what qualifies as a molecule.
Dragomir says this newfound world probably formed pretty far from its home star.
This could move the suburbs, that newfound source of Democratic strength, back to the right.
SPLIT-TICKET VOTERS ARE A SMALL GROUP, BUT THEY COULD DECIDE THE GEORGIA RUNOFFSNATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)DECEMBER 17, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Meanwhile, the traditional TV advertising industry had to find a newfound level of flexibility, as did TV, digital video and commercial producers who had to pivot to remote productions.

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