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Looking back to the early days of snowboarding, then called snurfing and popularized by inventor Sherman Poppen in 1965 in Muskegon, Michigan, Made in the Mitten follows the pow-filled history of this wintertime sport.
For now, SpaceX appears to be leading the drive to popularize space tourism.
She helped popularize the New Orleans sound called bounce and notched a famous Beyoncé sample along the way.
These are only a few examples of the complex issues that popularized narratives about a “reading war” obscure.
Affirm, a business that has helped popularize a “buy now pay later” trend for Internet shopping, offered its shares to the public on Wednesday.
Scientists like Francis Bacon and philosophers like René Descartes popularized their conceptions of Earth as a machine or giant clock that was possible to control and exploit as long as we pulled the right levers.
This concept, often referred to as “don’t break the chain,” was popularized by comedian Jerry Seinfeld, who said it was his productivity secret.
Still, the development and proliferation of Alexa, Google Assistant, and a multitude of other voice assistants over the last few years have popularized voice search beyond our wildest dreams.
Twilight Park, being the resort of literary people and their friends, did much to popularize log houses with city people.
He has done much to popularize the fascinating art of white magic.
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