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In cell biology, nucleus usually refers to a structure inside a cell that contains the cell’s genetic information.

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It’s really cool that that word hasn’t changed its pronunciation at all in 8,000 years and still refers to a particular fish.

“It’s a very potent voter suppression tool,” William Busa told Greater Diversity News, referring to efforts by Republican lawmakers in the state to make access to polling places more difficult.

Becoming a hunter as an adult, or as I’ve come to refer to it, “adult-onset hunting,” isn’t the conventional path.

Apple says its AppTrackingTransparency framework — referred to in the industry as ATT — also applies to Apple itself.

Several of the CEOs referred to it as the “defining moment” of their careers.

“It’s totally unheard-of in the history of software,” Butterfield said, referring to Zoom’s rise.

This was also something Harvard’s Professor Steven Pinker discussed last year when he referred to the “art of asking questions,” something that’s still reserved for humans.

One of the ways around this is by doing a pre-offer inspection, also referred to as a “walk and talk.”

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