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He used the strategy he had refined during the turnover at Temple, which was writing and rewriting concepts until they lodged in his brain.
The systems are usually tested and refined throughout the year before being stretched to their limits during the actual event.
As computer scientists continue to refine and improve their algorithms, they’ll continue to blur the line between creativity and computation.
It feels very familiar—Microsoft has been refining the Xbox interface for years now and you won’t find any major tripping points.
He bought two giant barrel smokers in May, and just as important, he and his pit team have refined their techniques.
Perhaps they will refine and simplify the gameplay in a sequel, because I’d like to spend some more time with these characters outside of this game’s encumbrances.
After first popularizing podcasting 15 years ago with iTunes, Cupertino, California-based Apple has been refining its services.
Humanity has been asking this question for more than 2,500 years, and now we not only know the answer, we are refining our knowledge of that answer.
Once you’ve refined your skills, you can pull up everything from your first tweet to famous web pages from the previous century.
You’ll need to edit and finesse, and changing the inputs can also help refine the GPT-3 suggestions.

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