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They see a possibility that if they take the rights steps towards data governance, and later towards AI governance and other digital infrastructures, they can have a proportionate place in the global digital economy.
So the industry decided to produce skis that come in shorter lengths and are lighter, softer, and cut differently, to be proportionate to women’s bodies and make for easier turn initiation.
LONG-TERM REVIEW: THE BEST SKIS, PERIODHEATHER SCHULTZ AND MARC PERUZZIMARCH 4, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
However, the court clarified Tuesday that, yes, EU privacy law definitely does apply here, and that means data-retention schemes have to be proportionate, with strong privacy safeguards.
So the LGPD also establishes the rights to privacy for citizens data and also protects them in a way that they know the way in which their data is being used and that it’s used in a proportionate way.
The fundamental equation of the economist, then, is that the value of everything is proportionate to its cost.
Are not these legitimate investments in the common stock of the nation, which should command a proportionate interest?
But as soon as she had made this great advance, virginal instinct suggested a proportionate retreat.
At the start, Mona was in nature proportionate to her size; and when she married she had not loved Crozier as he had loved her.
In the Kentish laws provision is made for widows to receive a proportionate share in their husbands' property.
And as money flowed into his pocket, unhappily the whisky, in a proportionate manner, flowed down his throat.

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