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Throughout the series’ many memorable meta-episodes, Supernatural originally kept portraying its own female fans as creepy, embarrassing stalkers, while perpetually treating its female characters as cannon fodder.
It’s an interesting exercise to walk into the building and look for the humans and see how they’re portrayed.
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Many of these suits, similar to other industries, revolve around screen reader devices being unable to properly portray website content to users.
In a statement, Gap backtracked saying that while it had intended to portray an image of unity, having always been a brand that “bridges the gap between individuals, cultures and generations” it was “just too soon” for this particular message.
Hugh Laurie plays Ryan Clark, a British actor hired to pose as the Avenue 5′s captain — the ship is actually helmed by an engineer who dies in the pilot — and is accompanied by Josh Gad portraying the ship’s billionaire owner, Herman Judd.
In doing so, they reward businesses that accurately portray themselves online, and contact information is a vital component of that representation.
Which means that any writer setting out to produce a biography of Fauci inevitably confronts a high bar in finding a fresh way to portray his life and career.
One mailer portrays the union-backed candidates as comic book super heroes who have pushed back against opening schools.
The company has portrayed the integration of its drones into American public and commercial life as a civilian project — a “persistent eye in the sky” for planners and emergency responders.
When these things are brought up, they’re often portrayed in a negative way.

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