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For now, ethics questions are being taken up in a piecemeal way.
In a recent essay in the journal Science, bioethicists Alessandro Blasimme and Effy Vayena from ETH Zurich in Switzerland said that the “piecemeal creation of public trust” was an important missing ingredient if we want more people to use these apps.
Should the Nationals go in that direction, it becomes much more likely that they piecemeal first base.
Together, these efforts are part of what ethics researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology recently called the “piecemeal creation of public trust.”
They also reinforced their defense with piecemeal signings including veteran center Robin Lopez and forward Anthony Gill, who has spent the past three seasons overseas.
Democrats have previously indicated they do not want to pass legislation on a “piecemeal” basis, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said back in July.
The laws on data protection are also far more piecemeal than in Europe, divvied up among sectoral regulators and specific states.
Each sentence came as if torn piecemeal from his unwilling tongue; short, jerky phrases, conceived in pain and delivered in agony.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Imagine his rage and grief at seeing his only friend and companion devoured piecemeal before his very eyes!
This was very buoyant and the carts and baggage were carried over piecemeal in it, with the exception of the last two carts.
THE LIFE OF KIT CARSONEDWARD S. ELLIS

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