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The new business game feels like a race to the bottom now that permeates everything, from media pricing to how much the client pays the agency.
Key evidence in favor of this hypothesis emerged when astronomers discovered the largest known magnetic field in the cosmos — 10 million light-years of magnetized space permeating the voids between galaxy clusters.
THE YEAR IN PHYSICSMICHAEL MOYERDECEMBER 23, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
She thinks there’s an amplified “religiosity” that permeates after the death of a young rapper.
Soon that appreciation for those on medicine’s front lines had spread across the country and permeated the media.
The 29-year-old congressional representative for New York’s 14th district voiced a worry permeating the lives of many in the post-Baby Boomer generations.
For many organizations, this requires a fairly significant culture shift—one that starts with leadership and permeates the rest of the company.
But now quiet, save for an undescribable, whispering overtone that seemed to permeate the air.
THE WHISPERING SPHERESRUSSELL ROBERT WINTERBOTHAM
In this world our spirits not only permeate matter but find their only expression through its medium.
MARRIED LOVEMARIE CARMICHAEL STOPES
Extravagance and exaggeration permeate his most commonplace observations.
TALKS ON TALKINGGRENVILLE KLEISER
The spirit of unrepentant cruelty has thus been allowed to permeate the whole administration.
FREEDOM'S BATTLEMAHATMA GANDHI

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