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Just tap and hold on the keyboard when it pops up in any app, then slide your finger across to the keys you want to press without lifting it.
It started out as a way of finding stuff on the various websites that were popping up, but ended up shaping the very medium it was indexing.
In the original complaint, Murphy made the eye-popping charge that Nielsen had perjured herself in front of Congress.
It’s a revolving door of regular events, from karaoke and DJ nights to pop-up dinners.
Instances of the Sator square have popped up all over Europe.
According to Tung, the AI adds 100 million to 150 million entities each month as new people pop up online, companies are created, and products are launched.
The company has institutionalized a unique combination of extreme conservatism and eye-popping risk-taking.
Meanwhile, reps from the lender and title insurer pop in to handle last-minute issues from their side.
When companies’ stocks started popping up higher, they’d consider a stock split to make the shares more accessible.
He really got popped because he had promised to help the 20-year-old start a foundation.
WHO AMONG US HAS NOT SEDUCED THE POOL BOY?EUGENE ROBINSONAUGUST 30, 2020OZY

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