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More than mRNA vaccines themselves, these lipid nanoparticles may portend big changes in pharmaceutical development.
Skeptics argue the cryptocurrency’s famed volatility portends a repeat of what happened three years ago, when a bubble burst spectacularly.
Including one Wall Street indicator that could portend bad things to come for growth investors.
In June, Disney announced that it was combining its own and Hulu’s ad tech teams into one organization, which likely portends a consolidation of the ad technology the two teams use.
How value’s steep descent and growth’s ongoing explosion portend a stunning reversal of fortunes is the subject of an excellent new article, “Value in Recessions and Recoveries,” by Kalesnik and coauthor Ari Polychronopoulos.
A lofty birth or a large fortune portend merit, and cause it to be the sooner noticed.
He had acted as Ruth had bidden him; but he had no wish to be further involved in this affair, whatever it might portend.
MISTRESS WILDINGRAFAEL SABATINI
She went on, wondering what this could portend, for since their chance meeting, she had not laid eyes on her neighbor.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
If clouds breed high in the air, with white trains like locks of wool, they portend wind, probably rain.
What this obscure threat might portend, I could not see, but it chimed in with the delirious cruelty of the dead sergeant.
THE YEOMAN ADVENTURERGEORGE W. GOUGH

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