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Already, previous deepfake bills introduced in the US Congress have received significant pushback for being too broad.
Adams, an executive at a software company, said his previous job — which he left in 2018 — spurred an unhealthy lifestyle.
They reported torture during a previous detention, and we worry they may face additional abuse.
Hope will orbit Mars at a higher altitude than any previous Mars mission, allowing scientists to see half of the planet no matter where the orbiter is.
The game marked the first time the winning quarterbacks from the previous two Super Bowls had squared off, and it had all the trappings of a classic, perhaps becoming one of the best quarterback duels in football history.
Last winter, with the previous deal expiring, they forged a five-year pact.
He recently raised his target price for the company’s stock to $33 from his previous $27, a vote of confidence in its management.
A previous Lodi contract shows a “past practice clause” that guarantees that officers continue to receive the same benefits they enjoyed in the past even if those benefits are not spelled out in the contract.
HOW THE POLICE BANK MILLIONS THROUGH THEIR UNION CONTRACTSBY ANDREW FORD, ASBURY PARK PRESS, AND AGNES CHANG, JEFF KAO AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICAFEBRUARY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
Of course, Brady’s previous nine Super Bowl trips and six rings came with the New England Patriots, who famously drafted him in the sixth round in 2000.
Bile made his second consecutive start Sunday after averaging 18 points in the two previous games.

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