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Somehow, an intriguing premise and two dynamic performers aren’t enough to save this movie from its almost unbearable tediousness.
The reason they do that is because they feel that they have a better opportunity to intimidate people on their way to a vote if it’s conducted at their own premises.
The premise was these household brands would subsidize my groceries in exchange for real-time data on the buying habits of shoppers like me.
The company had pre-pandemic plans to build five to 10 more, but Covid-19 proved to be a mass blow for a retail store chain built on the premise of offering a space for children to play in-person around purchasable toys.
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His idea, built on a premise similar to psychologist Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs, was that humans were motivated by basic instincts.
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His premise, though, wasn’t simply based on those who had written books.
THE JAMAICAN CONNECTIONROBERT SAMUELSJANUARY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The entire premise of the credit card industry is based on late fees.
Ask a fan for a favorite “Calvin and Hobbes” scenario and a stream of recurring comic premises pours forth.
It didn’t surround another Earth, but my premise had worked.

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