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We were joined on our virtual TechCrunch Disrupt 2020 stage by Goldenberg and comedian Kevin Hart who has been working as a brand partner for Fabletics.
“Snowflake is very important because they can challenge the Amazon AWS power,” said Per Roman, managing partner and co-founder of investment firm GP Bullhound.
Shortcuts lets you combine automated actions, such as sending a text to a partner letting them know you’ll be home soon—it’ll send with one button press, saving you typing time.
The importance of our distribution revenues — which has been mainly pay-TV revenues — but also money that we get from syndication and licensing to a growing number of digital partners.
We’re testing the vaccine with our partners at three trial sites in Brazil and seven in South Africa, for example.
That man was Xavier Cortada, a gay man who wrote of his frustration that he and his partner of eight years were unable to marry.
Social media forces us to not only be vulnerable for our partner but for the whole world.
His regular partner was late that day, and Police Officer Wenjian Liu volunteered to fill in.
First, the ghost of his departed partner, Jacob Marley, comes calling, his face emerging from the doorknob.
Johnson dashed into the base and called to his partner, 23-year-old Tantania Alexander.
Peter Elmsly, a partner of the celebrated Paul Valliant, and himself an importer of books and no mean critic and linguist, died.
Some of them, more imaginative, declared that Mrs. Charmington was even a sleeping partner in the saponaceous firm.
But the '34 port was so good that he revoked twice, to the indignation and despair of his unhappy brother and partner.
Mr Cutbill, the managing partner of the London house, received him with profound respect and pleasure.
He could have struck his friend and partner to the earth, and trod him there to death, as he confronted and upbraided him.
On this page you'll find 94 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to partner, such as: ally, associate, colleague, companion, friend, and husband.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.