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The sometimes-bought, sometimes-donated prizes were awarded to winners throughout the Czar’s reign.
If given free reign to develop their own strategies, multiple pricing algorithms with real-time access to each other’s prices could quickly learn that cooperating with each other is the best way to maximize profits.
Parler prides itself on not employing fact-checkers and letting free speech reign — though it still has rules.
For Whitman and Katzenberg — best known for their respective reigns at HP and Disney — money was key to success in an already crowded marketplace.
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Susan Davis announced last year her plans to retire at the end of her current term, ending a 20-year reign after flipping the then-49th District seat from Republican to Democrat.
One big part of his legacy is that certainly for the first six years of his reign, once a month he was outside Japan, promoting Japan.
The reigning king would have removed the marble from this monument for use in some building in which he was to be interred!
He was also called "King of kings," reigning supreme over the gods; and sometimes he was called the "Father of the gods."
In the year 1112, the date of this narrative, the reigning king was named Louis the Lusty.
Now, Edward, who do you think was here to-day—the reigning belle, and the toast of all the gentlemen?

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