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Sweet reminded me that when we talked in January, she had said the 2020s would be the “decade of delivery on the promise of technology.”
The next thing to understand is that good investors know the promise you are making to them is just that—a promise.
They were fooled with promises like the Democrats make today.
That was the promise of FitrWoman, an app I downloaded on my phone last fall.
To help deliver on her promise, Atkins carried SB 1120 herself – one of the few measures she signed her name to this year.
The investment sponsored by CGA Capital, based in Maryland, was sold on the promise that the city would make monthly lease payments over two decades.
Whether it’s the CEO, HR staff, or hiring manager, businesses are being called on to hold themselves accountable for delivering on their promises — and producing quantifiable results.
We’ve gotta do the work to fulfill that promise of equal justice under law.
More recently, the promise of money through a revenue-sharing program IGTV is now testing is what has helped the platform to attract YouTube stars.
He is dead; but his three sons have the estate yet, and I think they would keep their father's promise to the Indians.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON

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