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That will mean pervasive discounting with a side of free shipping to coax shoppers to buy.
While the beer brand isn’t the only big advertisers in esports, it is one of the more pervasive.
For now, I’ll say that this was a big exercise in how a great story can become so pervasive that it seems true.
Often this magazine’s approach was quite pointed, as when it criticized President Lyndon Johnson for failing to act on the 1968 Kerner Commission’s finding that pervasive racism fueled civil disorder.
The few tools that previously existed tend to measure overt gender bias like harassment, rather than the subtle ones that are so pervasive.
Pervasive odors of ripening vine, Fill the air like a luscious wine.
THE OPTIMIST'S GOOD MORNINGFLORENCE HOBART PERIN
Pervasive drug use among students creates a climate in the schools that is destructive to learning.
WHAT WORKS: SCHOOLS WITHOUT DRUGSUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

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