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“Some policymakers and regulators are so enamored with the rhetoric and promises of fintech that they don’t see the harms that they’re perpetuating against low-income people, immigrants, and others,” she says.
As governing boards, we are structures of power that perpetuate an immoral racial bias.
I think some more responsibility should fall on those who have perpetuated the problems.
I think that’s been part of perpetuating the male bias for a long time.
She refused to perpetuate the body that little girls are supposed to look up to, she said, “No, this is going to be my real body.”
I don't doubt that through them his method will be perpetuated, and even if he should die it would not be lost to the world.
It was, however, in a very different tone from the view holloa, and perpetuated much longer.
When the calling of officers cease, the kingdom of God ceases to be perpetuated upon the earth.
We require life in history, and it is for their vividness that the writings of Livy and Tacitus will be perpetuated.
The existence of the provinces perpetuated the existence of various classes of political rights.

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