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They’ll also need to build a machine based on the entire setup, showing that it works not just in bits and pieces, but practically as a whole.
Disciplining members is a rare tactic, and practically unheard of for comments made before being elected.
Some campus leaders worry that lessons learned from the fall term are not enough to guide their decisions in a fast-moving public health emergency with new revelations emerging practically every day.
She’s been showing off the new look all over social media, and practically everyone is begging for more selfies.
This process recovered practically all of the plastic from the original film, the researchers reported last November in Science Advances.
Utilizing built-in, AI-powered digital asset management, they can now deliver content to dozens of channels, practically simultaneously.
This practically doubles the settings found in a conventional microwave.
We’ve had this experiment for years with massive budget deficits and practically no inflation, so that was wrong.
Many countries, like Australia, China, New Zealand and Taiwan, have practically ended community transmission of the virus and returned to a near-normal life, and they did so without using a vaccine.
If Juno’s mission ends as scheduled, there’s practically no way to screw up destroying your own spacecraft.

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