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Shifting D&I from the periphery to the core of company operations may seem like a heavy lift, but it’s well within leaders’ grasp.
Yet that temporal component has usually been relegated to the periphery of reinforcement learning models.
Almost universally, they’re made by brands on the periphery of the conventional bike industry and its independent-dealer sales channel.
If we read just global foreign correspondent reporting about the Hong Kong protests, it might boil it down to the most important call and the most important point of these protests, but it does not flesh out everything else that’s in the periphery.
We could see the level of the refugee crisis that was coming and the degree to which that could destabilize the countries around the periphery of Syria.
It is sometimes indented, with its convex side in contact with the periphery of the cell.
So the intervals will be equal in the directions both of the periphery and of the length.
There is something definable there, in the periphery of those ancient ruins.
THE GHOST BREAKERCHARLES GODDARD
His eyes were still on the needles that kept creeping higher and higher along the calibrated periphery of the meters.
UNWISE CHILDGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
The centers of the crosses are occupied by the central hole of the whorl, while the arms extend to the periphery.
THE SWASTIKATHOMAS WILSON

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