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It also provides cover to House GOP members to say they are voting to support Greene purely to keep Democrats from abusing their power as the majority.
When you think of content as being purely acquisitional, you become blinded by the drug that is acquisition.
This isn’t to say the US would use AI for purely ethical purposes.
Sure, the best conferences still win on great speakers and actionable takeaways, but following an in-person playbook for online events falls short of leveraging what a purely digital medium offers.
The Tesla CEO agreed to receive no salary or bonuses in exchange for a purely performance-based compensation plan.
Even if this remains purely speculative for the moment, there is a group of people behind him with deep industry experience, who could be well-suited to take over should the time ever come.
More are scheduled to be hoisted in 2021, marking SpaceX’s transformation from a purely rocket company to an Internet service provider after being awarded $886 million from the Federal Communications Commission for the endeavor.
Macy’s Santaland, the New York City Santa experience typically based out of the chain’s flagship store, has pivoted to a purely virtual, free experience rebranded as Santaland at Home.
It is, in Zocdoc CEO and cofounder Oliver Kharraz’s telling, a purely informational tool that can reach the vast majority of the population.
Paxos also stands out because its pedigree is purely Wall Street.

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