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There’s a not easily quantifiable advantage to putting lots of creative people in close proximity.
The president is regularly tested and those in close proximity to him are tested beforehand.
Media buyers also expressed anxiety about having their ads appear on social media sites in proximity to hot button or questionable content posted by consumers.
With the backlighting on, the keys automatically illuminate based on your finger proximity, offering an aesthetically pleasing and precise experience.
Experts have said the fence will face a never-ending battle with erosion given its proximity to the water and the sandy, silty material of the banks.
NEW ENGINEERING REPORT FINDS PRIVATELY BUILT BORDER WALL WILL FAILBY JEREMY SCHWARTZ AND PERLA TREVIZOSEPTEMBER 2, 2020PROPUBLICA
The Flex app awards routes in part by a driver’s proximity to a pick-up point.
When the modifier “best” was used, however, Siri appears to downplay proximity and emphasize average star rating.
They could build taller buildings with more homes depending on their proximity to downtown.
For those returning to campus, there is the very real possibility that groups of students in close proximity could lead to more, even worse outbreaks.
The Possum update made proximity a primary ranking factor for achieving a top position in the Local Pack.

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