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In 2017, it alienated customers by deliberately but quietly slowing the performance of older iPhones via a software update, ostensibly to spare the life of aging batteries.
Yet he apparently had no such qualms a week later when he signed a decree mandating that telecoms hand over data on 226 million Brazilians to IBGE, the government’s statistical agency, ostensibly for surveying households during the pandemic.
If it does not, candidates could ostensibly sue their rivals for claiming the paper’s endorsement and not just the endorsement of the Union-Tribune’s editorial board.
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Researchers elicited anxiety among the women by giving them three minutes to put together a speech on their flood preparedness — natural disasters are a common threat to the island — to ostensibly be evaluated later by government experts.
To submit a number of bogus academic papers to ostensibly serious academic journals in those fields … and show how easily unsupported claims could be presented as factual without reasonable proofs.
Ostensibly his vocation was that of a travelling farm-hand, but it was all ostentation.
During the war the old Augusta Factory was sold into new hands at, ostensibly, $200,000.
Ostensibly there was peace from the treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle until war was declared between the rival powers in 1756.
He could not retire from Mexico after this ostensibly friendly visit.
His memory has been almost a total blank today and all of his appointments were cancelled, ostensibly because of his eye trouble.

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