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Print revenues are a bleaker picture, contributing to The Wall Street Journal reporting that digital ad revenues have overtaken print for the first time.
You also forecast that, by 2035, China will overtake the United States as the largest economy.
Both executives have helped steer the company through its digital transformation and, in the second quarter, its digital revenue overtook its print revenue for the first time.
That level of error correction should noticeably extend the time before errors overtake the qubit.
In short, experimental science needs to overtake the observational science that has dominated the field.
On the broken porch of the abandoned house Amy stopped and waited for her chum to overtake her.
In tax-paying circles it is said that the fashionable thing will be to start now and let the airship overtake you if it can.
The laws of the Church of God remain immutable, amid the changes that overtake the various communities of men.
Walk while ye have the light that darkness overtake you not: and he that walketh in the darkness knoweth not whither he goeth.
HIS LAST WEEKWILLIAM E. BARTON
Moreover, he continued his swift course, always approaching and tending to overtake the slower bodies that preceded him, viz.

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