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After taking a plunge in the spring, consumer confidence has been ticking steadily upward since July, according to figures from Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.
These creatures hold the record for deepest plunge by a marine mammal.
Ultimately, advertisers who took the plunge on Quibi fell victim to a bad case of “marketing myopia”, Crutchfield said.
Banks and aid agencies have been warning of a pandemic-related plunge in the amount of money sent by migrants to family back home who rely on the income.
Tempted, I reached out to a few people who’d taken that approach, and they seemed to know what they were talking about, so we decided to take the plunge.
Data from Panjiva, a division of market research firm S&P Global that tracks shipping data, found seaborne imports of denim items—including jeans, jackets, and other products—into the US took a deep plunge in the second quarter compared to last year.
In any event, note that both subscriptions will be set to renew automatically if you take the plunge, so keep an eye out to avoid any unwanted charges.
For example, some out-there theorists say that more sightings happen on days when Earth’s geomagnetic activity takes a sudden plunge.
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One of the reasons that not every consumer has made the plunge is that running traditional x86 apps on these Windows 10 ARM machines poses significant limitations.
The creatures not only hold the record for deepest plunge by a marine mammal — measuring nearly 3,000 meters — but also for the longest dives.

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