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We piggybacked off of that to create a communication channel to the sick, to help them get better faster.
From there, it wasn’t long before other users were piggybacking on the trend by duetting the whaling tune alongside Evans or debuting sea shanty performances of their own.
Which is all well and good for today, but Ferguson is impressed with where else robots, piggybacked on our digital infrastructure, can make a difference.
NEED A COVID CURE? HAIL A ROBOT REVOLUTIONEUGENE ROBINSONDECEMBER 6, 2020OZY
The four companies all have rides booked on future commercial lunar lander missions, and the agency is using this as a demonstration of what kinds of efficiencies it can realize by piggybacking on private industry for serving its needs.
I needed the stick to test whether my next step would be thigh-deep or merely ankle-deep, and to double-check my balance while piggybacking my kids across fast-flowing creeks.
Debra used to send me out to give the children piggyback rides, just to keep our Whuffie up while she was evicting the squatters.
They galloped the doughboys up and down the village streets in furious piggyback charges.
THE A.E.F.HEYWOOD BROUN
Piggyback Service economies - These are economies, which provide predator economies with services.
AFTER THE RAINSAM VAKNIN
Anketam, you could carry me piggyback, while Blejjo goes over to fetch my pole.
THE DESTROYERSGORDON RANDALL GARRETT

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