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The conclave captures a dilemma that senior executives—and management authors—have faced more frequently while the first “CEO president” occupied the oval office.
NEVs currently occupy around 5% of China’s market, which still makes China the world’s No.
Still, no one would have expected the best defensive team in England to occupy space on the goals-against table next to three teams that played in the second-tier league earlier this year.
Plotz said podcasting and on-demand audio now occupies just about every niche where radio once dominated — music, national talk news, sports — but not local news.
He wasn’t the first to say that the Earth occupies the center of the universe, but he was the most dogmatic about it, and believed he had established it to be incontrovertibly true — by using logic.
These were Quaker businessmen who had cohabitated, if you will, with the British while they were occupying Philadelphia.
Four quarters of football occupy a few hours of the affair, but for many fans, the rivalry has deep ties to all these ancillary activities.
A long, long list of stuff to keep her mind and body occupied.
ON A HUMP DAY FOR THE AGES, AMERICANS TRY TO ACT AND FEEL NORMALMAURA JUDKIS, ELLEN MCCARTHY, ASHLEY FETTERSNOVEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Another Confederate consideration as the war wore on was how to allow people who had fled their home states to vote, as more and more territory was occupied by the Union.
The police forces in America, the self-described thin blue line between order and calamity, occupy a curious place come Election 2020.
ELECTION CHAOS 2020: ARE POLICE READY?EUGENE ROBINSONNOVEMBER 1, 2020OZY

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