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This strategy will likely result in substantial death and suffering in countries that are not able to pursue these deals.
She forms her closest friendship with Svetlana, who “sounded really different when she spoke Serbo-Croatian,” and she pursues Ivan, who speaks Hungarian and who also speaks the language of pure mathematics.
So Naftogaz advised its government not to pursue a gas deal with the Louisiana company.
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I always felt I didn’t have the skill set to lead a company in making an impact on the future, because I didn’t pursue a doctorate and instead had a “fox-like” career.
Elsewhere, districts are pursuing tutoring models to provide personalized in-person or remote academic support.
The additional capital that we are investing in SDG will allow it to continue to pursue the R&D and productization of autonomous mobility.
Finma said it will pursue any potential violations of supervisory law, and in particular will scrutinize how these activities were documented and controlled.
TikTok added that it may pursue legal action against the move.
It’s designed so that people walk through the main hall and can choose the different directions they want to pursue.
However, while the company is selling ads and sponsorships to political advertisers, it is “not aggressively pursuing” political advertisers because “I’ve got to look my kids in the face,” said the executive.

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