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This two-pronged approach packs an added punch in campaigns, she said.
As part of Sephora’s multi-pronged approach to re-engage customers of color, it’s updating its zero-tolerance policy to make sure staff who exhibit racially-biased behavior are investigated consistently.
Elizabeth Howard, senior counsel at the Brennan Center for Justice, describes it as a two-pronged approach.
Solving this massive and multi-pronged problem begins with connection.
There’s no single answer for what’s going on, but most pawnbrokers and experts have a two-pronged explanation.
Employers mastered remote workWhen in-person meetings first gave way to Zoom calls, few were sure if sophisticated, multi-pronged in-person workforces could make effective transitions to remote environs.
The problem requires multi-pronged regulatory overhauls, Murphy said.
This tension is reflected in the two-pronged strategy proposed by Professor Mari Matsuda — that there are times to “stand outside the courtroom” and there are times to “stand inside the courtroom”.
He flung his three-pronged hook over the high wall which separated Azalea Lodge from the empty house.
Pent up forces in the west were loosed, and Neptune, deity of the ocean, with his three-pronged trident stalked abroad.

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