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It also helps to penetrate the local market by focusing on local SEO.

She complied out of fear, she testified, and Salsman allegedly penetrated her without consent.

Although Dunn didn’t directly participate, he said members of his Boogaloo faction helped fire up the crowd and “may” have penetrated the building.

If light can’t easily penetrate through the mask, it’s likely an effective one.

Some of the venues may be in cities where Verizon has already installed 5G gear outdoors, but 5G signals don’t penetrate buildings well, requiring additional equipment inside the music venues.

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He remains busy trying to penetrate the shield with something much smarter.

How ironic that the Hermit Kingdom is taking the blame for our first real look inside a clique that not even Vice dares penetrate.

How secure could the border possibly be if 5-year-olds can penetrate it?

The leads in Blue Is the Warmest Color scissor in a dozen different positions but we never once see them penetrate each other.

There are some areas in the Bekaa Valley and Hermel where the government and the army have been unable to penetrate.

I shipped for a voyage to Japan and China, and spent several more years trying to penetrate the forbidden fastnesses of Tibet.

Aunty Rosa could penetrate certain kinds of hypocrisy, but not all.

Trevithick's high-pressure steam boring engine enabled him to penetrate the rock five times as fast as the quarryman's power.

One naturally asks, then, To what extent can social reform penetrate into the ordinary operation of industry itself?

The main is here very low, but from the shoalness of the water we were not able to penetrate behind Depuch Island.


On this page you'll find 145 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to penetrate, such as: crack, drill, enter, go through, infiltrate, and invade.

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