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They’ve done it without Elena Delle Donne, Natasha Cloud, LaToya Sanders or Tina Charles, and that’s thanks in large part to Myisha Hines-Allen’s remarkable campaign.
He has a remarkable, well-documented power for taking issues that normally are apolitical, and splitting opinion on them along political lines.
The fact that the dodecahedron has this hidden symmetry group is, I think, quite remarkable.
Which is to say, Walter Hutchins won a remarkable legal victory that was also remarkably limited.
Inspired by this remarkable skill, researchers in South Korea have developed a robotic tongue that springs forth quickly to snatch up nearby items.
The fact that he did it after he’d just finished grad school is quite remarkable.
That makes it even more remarkable that temperatures remained warm enough for the forest to thrive, and it’s why the researchers determined that such high carbon dioxide levels as well as a basically ice-free continent were both necessary conditions.
If the hypothesis is true, the upside for humanity will be remarkable.
Over the last couple years there have been some remarkable examples of art produced by deep learning algorithms.
I mean, she is a remarkable politician, also, with huge staying power.

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