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Clark, who left Hogan’s administration at the end of May, referred questions to current administration officials.
So there are entrepreneurs and operators I know that are referring other entrepreneurs to me.
After securing 60 acres of land, the “three city boys,” as Koney refers to himself and his co-founders, moved to the “middle of nowhere” to put their model to the test.
OTT refers to TV content that is delivered over the internet.
Everybody is a previous customer or has been referred by one.
Some scientists also use the word evolution to refer to a series of changes in the non-living world.
SCIENTISTS SAY: EVOLUTIONBETHANY BROOKSHIRENOVEMBER 16, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
She was referring to proposed deadlines set during an August 2019 meeting when the Council was just beginning to approve contracts for consultants who would help the city research and decide on final terms for the bid.
What you were referring to sort of is there are largely two different camps within the field around how we might go about approaching building artificial general intelligence.
Couscous with seven vegetables is eaten throughout Morocco, and is sometimes referred to as couscous bidaoui, a reference to the name of Casablanca in Arabic.
FIVE MUST-TRY DISHES IN CASABLANCA, MOROCCOAMANDA PONZIO-MOUTTAKINOVEMBER 11, 2020EATER
The Postal Inspection Service declined to comment on Tuesday morning, referring questions to the Office of Inspector General.

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