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Optimized apps run natively on Apple silicon, which means the developers have rebuilt their software to work directly on the M1 chip.
The country will need “every asset” to rebuild the economy when the pandemic ends.
Maybe rebuilding should be all Washington thinks about the rest of this season.
Where that leaves Washington, a team both rebuilding and fighting for the NFC East crown, is unknown.
Publishers are making these decisions at a moment when many are trying to figure out how much to rebuild their sales teams after being forced to either halt hiring or slim down.
Henderson doesn’t disagree, but she says she thinks one of business’s most crucial responsibilities is to rebuild government and the institutions that have failed to make progress on these issues.
So, this will allow a program to help businesses recover and react and rebuild after a pandemic.
These new laws represent a tremendous step forward in rebuilding trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve.
Zakaria said that the pandemic presented an opportunity for both countries and companies to rebuild economies and businesses with greater resilience, so that they are better able to weather the next crisis.
This will not change until we commit to finding political solutions to conflicts so people can rebuild their lives and livelihoods.

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