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A product that could theoretically be reused is just a promise — one that is usually unfulfilled.
George’s biography breezes through Glenn’s busy, ever-changing career with promises to examine his life in an inspirational way, seeing him as a memorial to a more honest time before the Watergate era of national cynicism.
The promise of antigen tests emerged like a miracle this summer.
They’ve had at least some success with about 80 percent of their patients, and early clinical studies have shown promise.
The promise that some of these people make about “defunding” the police is a false promise.
Like the Mini, it has a fan-based cooling system inside so it won’t be totally silentApple promises up 17 hours of web browsing and up to 20 hours of video playback on a single charge, which is the longest battery life on a Mac so far.
Ultimately, Apple promised that the 12 Pro Max is better in low-light and it delivered on the promise.
It seems that 60 frames per second gameplay on the Series S isn’t a promise every developer can keep.
Chase Copridge, 33, moved from Kentucky to California several years ago seeking out what he saw as the promise of the gig economy.
Since then, the technology has evolved into a tool for law enforcement and has sucked up resources, despite promises from officials that it would pay for itself and democratize public planning.

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