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That Beijing proposed the new rules on the eve of Alibaba’s Singles Day, the biggest shopping event in the world, seems to underscore the message that the government is no longer interested in business as usual.

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The commission did informally push back on one of Google’s proposed remedies, when the tech giant suggested it tweak its contracts with phone manufacturers in a way the Commission viewed as insufficient, Vinje said.

Cuomo greenlit the hot spot shutdowns, but shifted the zone boundaries to be more granular than the Zip codes the city had proposed.

The money could be difficult to find at a time when the state has proposed slashing nearly $3 billion from its six-year capital transportation budget due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Next month regional lawmakers are set to unveil a package of legislation that will propose updates to existing e-commerce rules and aim to increase their legal responsibilities, including around illegal content and dangerous products.

I was the apparent successful proposer to somebody once and she married someone else.

As his friend tosses him the ring, the proposer fails to catch it and falls backward off the ledge and down several stories.

Professor Cairns was evidently anxious to follow Mr. Clifford, if only in the humble capacity of the proposer of a vote of thanks.

He was elected in 1798, Mr. Windham being his proposer, and Dr. Burney his seconder.

In every case where the tenant had improved the land his claim to preference over every new proposer was admitted.

Such is their final act of wrong, which is now accepted by all, and the proposer gets ready to carry out his plan.

Before proceeding to discussion I will ask our secretary to read the letters of the proposer and the seconder.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to proposer, such as: backer, campaigner, defender, lawyer, promoter, and proponent.

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