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In a nod to the pandemic, Apple has had to limit the number of customers in its stores and make moves like shifting its popular “Today at Apple” series of in-store tutorials online.
The first offering, which has already been put on film, is a nod to Signature’s most entrenched tradition, an embrace of the work of composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim.
It reminded us to appreciate small yet positive interactions with strangers—a wave, a nod, or a smile as we jogged by.
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This one was a nod to the company’s Service cloud, which encompasses both customer service and field service.
While some other smartwatches offer some kind of nod to fitness tech, their offerings are likely OK for the casual fitness enthusiast but won’t satisfy the hardcore.
"If you please," continued Mr Bellamy, nodding to them very graciously; and they departed.
She turned her gaze away from the mirror, and saw Sarah's grey head inadvertently nodding, as it always nodded.
HILDA LESSWAYSARNOLD BENNETT
Brittles is right, said Mr. Giles, nodding his head, approvingly; from a woman nothing else was to be expected.
Still they were pleased to hear him, the elders nodding their heads approvingly, and smiling at one another.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
I have heard of you before, knowingly spoke the violinist, nodding his head sadly.
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA

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