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It’s so charmingly weird, emitting hormonal teenage boy stoner flick vibes while somehow remaining as pure as the driven snow.
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From the standpoint of pure performance, it’s also about how efficiently software uses all those transistors.
Desmond even garnered national media attention in May when he said the county had only had six “pure” coronavirus deaths since most who have died have underlying health conditions.
He’s stated publicly that only a handful of coronavirus deaths were “pure” and he wildly underrepresented the percentage of cases that result in hospitalizations.
Mastrolia and Mizera’s work is rooted in a branch of pure math called algebraic topology, which classifies shapes and spaces.
The ambition, which is backed by what we’re already hearing from the market, is that we’ll get briefs that we couldn’t access before like digital and pure programmatic budgets globally.
“Today’s shutdown wasn’t about transparency — it was pure politics,” she said.
There’s the traditional “applied versus pure” argument, which mirrors the experimental-theoretical divide of other disciplines — the tension between advancing knowledge toward a specific end and doing it for its own sake.
Both tests converted 80 to 90 percent of the carbon into pure graphene.
There are probably a lot of different depressions, rather than one pure form of depression out there that’s the same across everyone.

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