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Going from a self-proclaimed “simple fly biologist” to monarch researcher, however, was a challenge.
I think I’m a particularly interesting target for people, because Whole Foods and myself have proclaimed we should be eating a healthier way.
Over the past decade, some SEOs have loudly proclaimed that the art of PageRank sculpting is dead.
The New York Times proclaimed, “Google Policy Change Upends Online Plans for 2020 Campaigns.”
A letter sent by the top public health official attesting to Vice President Pence’s health and proclaiming him safe to debate Wednesday night is sparking outcry from public health experts.
In just the past week, Time proclaimed “The Recession Isn’t Over – and It’s About to Get Much Worse for Some.”
When the company reversed course and proclaimed Jordan Cove an export facility in 2012, FERC promptly revoked its permits.
IT’S HIS LAND. NOW A CANADIAN COMPANY GETS TO TAKE IT.BY LEE VAN DER VOO FOR PROPUBLICAOCTOBER 1, 2020PROPUBLICA
Researchers at Google proclaimed that night mode could save battery life.
ShotSpotter’s senior vice president of marketing Sam Klepper praised the company’s self-proclaimed ability to detect gunfire even further.
But, again, as god of fertility he could also be appropriately termed the 'proclaimer.'

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