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When Google said it was offering ad credits to SMBs affected by Covid-19, the company was being purposeful, yes – and at the same time, Google was protecting its base of future ad revenue.
Any impact a movie has is the result of an artist choosing to look past the end of their own nose and do something vulnerable, purposeful, and risky.
Eye rolls, strategic slumps, purposeful notetaking, and other well-worn tools of board room persuasion apparently lose their power over Zoom.
While many companies talk about culture or being a family, Mann is purposeful in creating opportunities to make the culture shine through and make you feel like family.
With two inches of additional height from the suspension, larger tires, and the wider track, the Land Cruiser looks much more purposeful.
David Houston walked purposefully along the pavement, his hand jammed deep in his overcoat pockets.
THE PENAL CLUSTERIVAR JORGENSEN (AKA RANDALL GARRETT)
He felt Janice turn and run purposefully through the darkness toward the second 'copter.
He came quickly and purposefully, and he was Mr. Schultz—none other.
It is well to sleep intelligently, purposefully, knowing what you do it for.
THE SCIENCE OF BEING WELLWALLACE DELOIS WATTLES
Drawing long, slow breaths, she seemed purposefully to be gaining strength to speak.
A SOLDIER OF THE LEGIONC. N. WILLIAMSON

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