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One wonders what might have become of Rice, Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown had they lived to see their full potential.
Though not without flaws, the OZ initiative still has extraordinary potential.
Over the years, I have seen firsthand the immense potential of corporations to nurture economic justice.
Even the potential for such a move is helping to keep the government’s borrowing costs down, investors say.
Other potential contenders include Stan Ng and Susan Prescott.
We repeat this process 14,000,605 times to create a distribution of potential outcomes.
The company says it never got enough information from the Ukrainians to determine the value of a potential investment.
RICK PERRY’S UKRAINIAN DREAMBY SIMON SHUSTER, TIME, AND ILYA MARRITZ, WNYCSEPTEMBER 10, 2020PROPUBLICA
In approving Yale’s SalivaDirect test, which was developed based on Wyllie’s study, the FDA noted potential upsides as well as differences among the saliva tests it vetted.
The big companies bidding on TikTok would benefit from the app’s young user base, ad capabilities, and e-commerce potential.
Without a key way to communicate how polling places are changing, the chances mount that potential voters will miss important information.
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