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I love how it can take any flavor and change how you perceive it.
WHY YOU SHOULD BE ADDING SALT TO YOUR COCKTAILSBY CÉLINE BOSSART/SAVEURSEPTEMBER 4, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
We know that if you have a high perceived risk of the disease, you’re more likely to take the vaccine.
Even with secure recordings, there’s still the somewhat murky issue of just how the algorithm perceives your speech patterns.
It may be, in part, due to the perceived purpose of the test.
In the race for San Diego City Council, District 9, the perceived front-runner, Kelvin Barrios, has repeatedly demonstrated extremely poor judgment.
Long before the modern age, those perceived as the greatest leaders—from Alexander the Great to Charlemagne—protected their people from conquest and made glorious conquests of their own.
People might not feel comfortable saying that they don’t want to return in case it’s perceived as a lack of commitment to the company.
I’m sorry that happened, I’m sorry the way that was perceived.
Instead, before launching into any marketing strategies, check the data to get a sense of how you’re being perceived.
While domain authority isn’t a direct ranking factor, a site with a higher DA is perceived as more authoritative, which can potentially lead to more eyeballs on your content and, therefore, a higher ranking due to that engagement.

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