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So I put people who are able to teach me in high regard, because I always say, “You learn until the day you die,” and you can learn something from the bum on the street.
The index is market cap weighted, so Tesla qualifies easily in that regard.
That’s where we’re at in this world in regard to our attention spans.
Several studies have indicated that the disease in young people is different with regard to the specific location of the tumor within the colon or rectum.
We hold all of our riders and all applicants for discounted fares in high regard.
Aside from state income and business taxes, different states have different requirements with regard to vacation time and state-mandated sick time as well as different employee laws that agencies will have to consider.
While sailing through Polynesia, for example, I found out the hard way that Tahitians tend to exhibit a lack of regard for traditional opening hours.
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There is no change to our policies right now with regard to TikTok.
In this regard, you can keep track of product view rates and button clicks.
Essentially, a moral economy respects interdependence and relationships rather than leaving everyone to fend for his or herself with no regard for how others are faring.

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